Shania Twain's Beauty Transformation Is Just as Epic as Her Biggest Hits
Don't call it a comeback: Although Shania Twain just released her first album in 15 years, the Canadian singer's beauty (and fashion) have always been just as iconic as her hit song "That Don't Impress Me Much," which was inspired by Twain's reaction to Brad Pitt's naked photo scandal.
On the red carpet Twain's hair and makeup moments have always been just as bold, but just like you and I she's gone through her own beauty transformation, too. The only difference? No one captured the frosty lipstick we used to wear in the '90s or our crimped hair during the early aughts. Throughout the years the singer has mostly stuck with voluminous curly hairstyles, but was always up for switching things up every once in a while.
Keep scrolling to see the country star's red carpet hair and makeup moments throughout the years.
For the Billboard Music Awards, Twain pulled her hair up into a tousled undo. She coordinated her lipstick to her red cropped sweater.
A lesson in matchy-matchy makeup from Twain: wear a lipstick that’s the same shade as your silk scarf. A half-up half-down hairstyle completed her Country Music Awards red carpet beauty look.
In true ‘90s fashion, Twain left two face-framing tendrils out of the half-up half-down hairstyle she wore to the American Music Awards. As for her makeup, she chose another one of the decade’s trends: frosted gold lipstick.
At the 1998 Billboard Music Awards, Twain pushed her tight curls back with a pastel blue headband that matched her beaded dress.
Twain took bangs for a test drive with piece-y fringe at a charity concert in Paris. She went with a no-makeup makeup look and a swipe of peachy lip gloss.
For VH-1’s Divas Live, Twain wore two of the biggest ‘90s beauty trends together. The singer piled her corkscrew curls into a high ponytail and wore sparkly blue eyeshadow haloed around her eyes.
Twain channeled ‘60s mod with the twisted updo and piece-y bangs at the Grammy Awards. She went with a red carpet classic makeup look: a pewter smoky eye and nude lip.
The singer swapped her tousled ponytail for the hairstyle of the early aughts: a sleek high pony with a pouf at the crown. She add a bit of sparkle to the look with a coat of shimmery gold lip gloss.
Twain wore every early aughts hair trend at once on the 2003 American Music Awards. She wore her messy pony with a poof at the crown, and its tail was a mix of straight, crimped, and curled pieces.
Instead of a smoky eye, Twain wore a wash of silver eyeshadow across her lids to the Country Music Awards. She paired her eye makeup with rosy blush and pink lip gloss.
Twain channeled Old Hollywood glamour on the 2005 Country Music Awards red carpet. She wore her hair piled up on top of her head and swiped on a classic matte red lipstick.
At the 2007 Academy of Country Music Awards, Twain pulled her loose waves up into a romantic ponytail with a few face-framing pieces left out.
The singer debuted curtain bangs at the 2011 Juno Awards. Her tousled ponytail had just the right amount of volume at the roots.
The singer updated her chocolate brown hair with warm caramel highlights. If you’re a dark brunette who doesn’t want to bleach your hair, consider Twain’s look a safer way to add warmth to your color by going lighter.
Twain attended the Academy of Country Music Awards with her long hair styled in bouncy curls. She kept her makeup low-key with a touch of blush and a swipe of lip gloss.
Instead of wearing her hair in waves, Twain opted to attend Billboard's Women In Music with a sleek blowout that had a whole lot of lift at the roots.
Twain gave her signature waves a retro spin for the taping of The Voice. She paired the hairstyle with a soft pastel smoky eye.
The singer attended the America’s Got Talent series finale with a voluminous blowout and a shimmery copper smoky eye that matched her metallic dress.