Lizzo’s latest hairstyle gave fans some serious nostalgia for the debut this weekend. For the Millennium Tour in Los Angeles on Friday, the “Rumors” singer debuted a shorter hairstyle with chunky highlights and a stack of Y2K-friendly barrettes.
Lizzo joined a group of girlfriends – including her hairstylist, Shelby Swain – for the concert, each wearing different outfits with Burberry’s classic Nova plaid pattern. (She even sported matching plaid nails, which was extra in the best possible way.)
The star’s hair was especially fun: the front half was parted to the side and pinned with five or six gold hair clips (remember that?), While the back half was parted in the middle for a slightly teased look. The ends were curled upwards and the color was a mixture of streaks of honey blonde and brunette. While there’s no denying that Lizzo can achieve literally any hairstyle, Swain tagged the wig and hair extension company True Indian Hair in her post, stating that the style was only temporary.
When it comes to makeup, Lizzo’s longtime makeup artist Alexx Mayo shared on Instagram that he uses a combination of shimmering eyeshadows, brown lip liner, neutral matte lipstick, and gloss. lip gloss, all from Charlotte Tilbury. Like her hair, the singer’s sultry golden look would fit right in in the 2000s.
Still, Lizzo’s returning beauty moment was fitting for The Millennium Tour, in which B2K member Omarion, along with early 2000s performers like Bow Wow, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, Soulja Boy, Lloyd, the Yings Yang Twins and Sammie perform iconic and memorable performances. hits of the time.
At 33, Lizzo is technically a millennial, so it’s no surprise that she went out of her way for the release, even getting visibly emotional on one of the slower songs. #Mood.