This multi-talented diva is generally and professionally known as Ciara. She is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress. Her musical debut in the summer of 2004 with the number-one hit single ‘Goodies’ from the first album Goodie pushed Ciara into the limelight. The album produced three top two singles on the Billboard Hot 100. It sold more than 2.6 million copies in the US and over 5 million copies worldwide.
Her second album Ciara: The Evolution released in December 2006, hit the charts with the spawned singles: Get Up, Promise, Like a Boy, and Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone. In the first week of its release, the album sold nearly 2 million copies worldwide.
As her father was in the US Army, she grew up on army bases in Germany, New York, Utah, California, Arizona, and Nevada. But in her teens, Ciara and her family settled in Atlanta. Ciara’s sole inspiration of music was none other than the popular R&B band Destiny’s Child. She watched the band perform on TV every day.
Like a dream coming true, Ciara finally joined a girl group called Hearsay. The group recorded demos but couldn’t move in the right direction due to various misunderstandings among its members. After leaving the group Ciara eventually found a ‘musical soul-mate’ when she met producer Jazze Pha.
After her graduation from Riverdale High School in Georgia in 2003, she was signed by LaFace Records executive LA Reid with the help of Jazze Pha. Immediately, she began the production on her debut album Goodie.
Goodie became a phenomenal commercial success in the US selling over 2.63 million copies immediately after its release. Ciara released her DVD of music videos, documentaries, and commentaries entitled ‘Goodies: The Videos & More’ in the summer of 2005. Ciara teamed up with Glamour magazine to direct her first music video for emerging female artistes like Tiffany Evans, Paula Campbell and Samantha Jade in the Nissan Reel Music Contest. Ciara is popular for her fashion sense that includes wardrobes, make-up, and hairstyles. Ciara Hairstyles are known to be some of the most admired and copied styles in the US. Let’s take a look at some of her most popular hairstyles that make Ciara different in the same attractive attitudes.
Popular Ciara Hairstyles
Smooth and Straight
She looked fantastic at the US Hot Hollywood Party 2007 in her smoothed out style. Her gorgeous hairdo made heads turn in her direction instantaneously. In this style, she cut the layers into the ends of her hair adding movement throughout the entire style. It made her look fresh and sexy. This type of hairstyle is great for all occasions and is easy to maintain.
Ciara has a luscious look which sometimes matches perfectly with her hairstyles. At the Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards, she wore her long hair trimmed in this voluminous style. The layers were cut at the ends of the extra-long hair. It created the impact of full and perfect volume. The middle parting was used to divide her face in two angles. This technique makes the hair appear longer and sleeker.
Soft and Lovely
At the ‘BET’S 2007 Rip The Runway Show’ Ciara trimmed her long-shaped layers cutting around her top and sides. It created body around her face. This hairdo also shaped her curls in the most perfect way. This style is particularly suitable for medium to thick hair types.
Ciara stole the limelight with her ravishing hairdo at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards. It was just a simple and easy to re-create hairstyle. The layers framing her long face were cut around her front. It really shaped her face perfectly. This style is known to work best on medium to thick hair types.
Shaping around Face
Her stunning diva look at the music mogul Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammy party was complemented by her curly do. She trimmed her full and funky hair into soft layers around the mid-lengths and ends. It enhanced the waves adding shape around her cute face. If you have medium to thick hair type, this style is one of the best options for you.