Taylor Swift Rocks '60s-Inspired Hair for Vogue

When a trio like Edward Enninful, Guido Palau and Pat McGrath gets together, magic is inevitable. That's exactly what happened when the team collaborated for British Vogue's January cover-shoot with megastar Taylor Swift. "It’s always a dreamscape of creativity and hilarity working with Edward, but putting him together with Pat = the funniest wildest shoot I’ve ever been on,” Swift said in an Instagram caption. 

The cover look is a stark contrast to the curly-hair-and-curtain-bang Swift we've grown accustomed to. This time, she's rocking a voluminous blowout, a deep part and a sweeping side bang courtesy of Redken's global creative director, Guido—a mature look that's older, wiser and incredibly reminiscent of Brigit Bardot. She also freshened up her color to the perfect winter shade with blonde specialist Victoria Hunter. We don't know about you, but we think Swift is ready for the new decade. 

Here’s a closer look at Swift’s ‘60s-inspired beauty.

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