Jan 29

Zendaya Is Rocking A New ‘Do!

BY SASHA JANUARY 29, 2015 0 COMMENTS

The 18-year-old actress and dancer Zendaya debuted her new look a couple days ago on Instagram — and it looks goooddd. The KC Undercover star’s hair is ALWAYS on point. Z rocks a lonngg list of different hairstyles. Read on to see our all-time fave Zendaya hair trends!

Super Straight & REAL Long: At the 2013 AMA’s, the dancer sported the most elegant and long straight locks. Probably the longest hair we’ve ever seen on, like, anyone (and we think it looks beyond amaze)!

Light Brown Up-Do With Bangs: We’ve only seen Zendaya once with bangs, and it was at the 27th Annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards — and we think she rocks the look perfectly.

Long & Straight Side-Pony: At the 2014 Disney Radio Music Awards, Zendaya was looking REAL fresh her light-brown locks tied together in a chic side-pony.

Dark Brown Top Bun: Her signature look! We have seen Zendaya rock the over-sized topknot on several occasions — and all looking way fab.

Long, Wavy & Brown: The Californian-born beauty often reps her long locks with casual-yet-luxurious beach waves.

Slicked Back & Sexy: Z really hit the ground running with her ‘do at the 2014 Grammys! The actress rocked a sleek half-up look by slicking back her long locks.

Curls On Curls: Z’s natural hair is WAY curly — aka naturally beautiful! AND AT THE 2014 AMA’s, she rocked the curly curls! We always love the natural look on our fave celebs.

Dark Bob With Bangs: At the 2014 Princess Grace Awards Gala, Zendaya flaunted a sleek, black bob with the cutest bangs we’ve ever seen!

Long & Curly Ombre: Zendaya’s latest look! A couple days ago she posted a pic of the newly-dyed locks with a caption saying, “Why window shop when you own diiissss.” It’s safe to say that we are SO obsessed with Z’s new hair.

How do you pull off EVERY hairstyle so perfectly, Zendaya?!

Make sure to check out Zendaya’s latest gig, KC Undercover on Disney Channel!

What’s YOUR fave Zendaya hairstyle? Let us know in the comments below!

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