Taylor Swift’s hair fits ‘Never Ever’ super-hit, ‘Wonderstruck’ fragrance & ‘Red’ album

As Tay’s “Never Ever” single is breaking Billboard records, her new “Wonderstruck” Enchanted fragrance is entering the market. With her Red album waiting in the wings, it looks like “third time’s the charm” for Fall 2012.

This country pop star is so happy with the name of her upcoming Red album that she has carried it over into the first ads for her new fragrance Wonderstruck Enchanted. To go with a drop-dead red gown, she’s chosen traffic-stopping tresses.

Here’s the short story on the hair: Taylor Swift’s hair is still a little darker than normal in new ads for her second fragrance Wonderstruck Enchanted debuting in September. Readers of realhairstyles.net have told us they like Taylor’s hair in curls like these the best. Although the large ringlets never seem to change much, they are a pretty fresh look…and after all, wouldn’t you stick with the same hairstyle if it were perfect?

To copy the coif you don’t have to curl hair all over, but try to find time to blow dry it first. Apply a heat-protection product and then roll hair vertically around a medium-to-large size curling iron. In front curl all around the face, and on the rest of hair curl from the cheek or chin area down. Gently place the spiral curls while spritzing with a strong-hold hairspray.

As for the fashion, Miss Swift told People.com. “I love the look of my ad. I’m wearing this amazing gown that I loved as soon as I put it on. It’s a classic look, and that’s been my recent style obsession. Anything classic and timeless.”

Getting back to the inspiration of this post, here’s what T.S. has to say her fragrance. “Wonderstruck is about that moment when you instantly feel a connection to someone, but then there’s that feeling of being completely enamored — enchanted — when you know a little more about that someone and still feel that strong connection.”

Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Arden

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