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Hair Inspos from Sarah Geronimo 

by Athena Yap

SHE made you look!

Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo often surprises her fans with different looks that she never fails to pull off.

Many times, her transformations stunned a lot of fans and some couldn’t help but get inspiration from the OPM icon.

Here are some compilations of the looks worth copying from the one and only Sarah G.

  1. Ash gray barbie

Once again Matteo Guidicelli’s wife amused her fans with her new look that was recently uploaded on Instagram by her hairstylist RJ Dela Cruz, the 34-year-old singer was seen channeling a fresh look by having an ash gray hair color.

  1. Long mermaid curls

In this photo, she was an ultimate head-turner with the long mermaid curl style which gained over a hundred thousand double taps from Instagram audiences.

Fans couldn’t get enough of the uniqueness and sexiness of the curls which seemed her first time to dare to post a different style from her usual.

  1. Medium black curls

Everyone agrees that Sarah G always has this immaculate beauty, especially with this curly and dark-colored mid-hair length. It goes with any outfit she wears. 

  1. She bangs

Not everyone can look amazing in a hairstyle with bangs. In this case, Sarah G looked so cute and 10 times younger than her age.

  1. Mid-straight

Sarah G serving looks on a simple straight, mid-length hair with a light ash-brown color that’s complementing her all black outfit.

  1. Blonde hairdo

Doesn’t she look so bright in a blonde do? Not to mention her bright smile that adds a promising aura to complete the look. No wonder why she gets a princess treatment from her husband, Matteo.

  1. Pixie era

This is actual proof that she can sport any hairstyle even the pixie cut. This hair makeover was the shortest she has ever been so far. And we’re all here for it.

So, what’s the best Sarah G hairstyle for you?


Banner credits: @justsarahg | Instagram

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