When a celebrity hosts an award ceremony, numerous outfit changes are to be expected throughout the night, but we were impressed by Gigi Hadid’s dedication to the beauty cause on Saturday at the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards in Toronto. Her glam squad switched up her hairstyle a whopping six times. Of course, any normal woman on an average Saturday night would never consider a wardrobe change, let alone a hair switch-up, but we will be considering each and every one of these hairstyles for all the weddings and festivals we have in our diaries this summer. Keep scrolling to see all of Gigi Hadid's hair changes…
On arrival, she walked the red carpet with a low-slung plait trailing down her back. From the front, her hair was parted down the middle, with wisps framing her face.
By the time she reached the stage, she had ditched the red lip and pulled the long braid in front of her shoulder.
Same night, different braid. This time her hair was pulled into a high ponytail before being braided (look closely and you'll spot it's a fishtail braid this time). Notice how the black elastic has been left on show to give the hairstyle some added edge, in keeping with her black dress (that burgundy lip helps too). Oh, and we’re also loving Hailey Baldwin’s wispy topknot.
This braid may look the same, but notice how you can no longer see the black elastic securing the braid on top of her head? It would have looked out of place worn with this white-and-gold jacket. The hairstylist wrapped a piece of hair around the hair tie. It’s all in the details.
Moving the previous hairstyle on, her hairstylist has wound the long braid around the hair elastic to create a braided dolly bun.
It wasn’t all braids on the night; she mixed things up with a dual-texture ponytail, too. At the roots, the hair was smoothed down, and the ponytail itself was left wavy from the braid. Get that high-shine finish by smoothing with Aveda Brilliant Emollient Finishing Gloss (£24).
Which of Hadid's hairstyles do you like best? Sound off in the comment box below.