Beyonce covers Time magazine’s annual “100 Most Influential People” issue.
In the issue, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg explains why Beyonce deserves the coveted spot, “Beyoncé doesn’t just sit at the table. She builds a better one,” Sandberg says in a profile about Bey. “In the past year, Beyoncé has sold out the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour while being a full-time mother. Her secret: hard work, honesty and authenticity. And her answer to the question, ‘What would you do if you weren’t afraid?’ appears to be ‘Watch me. I’m about to do it.’ Then she adds, ‘You can, too.’”
For the top spot, Beyonce beat out Pope Francis, Russian president Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton, Jeff Bezos,Pharrell Williams, Kerry Washington and more.
The GRAMMY‘s may have been two weeks ago but I’m still reeling from Beyoncé and Jay Z‘s steamy “Drunk in Love” performance.
The power couple may have raised temperatures but it was Beyoncé’s hair that got people talking.
Inspired by her “Drunk in Love” music video, ‘Yoncé’s hairstylist Kim Kimble spoke to The Coveteur about styling Beyoncé’s hair for the GRAMMY’s and broke it down step-by-step so that we can copy the surfboard waves look!
“The look was inspired by the video and she wanted something edgy to compliment her amazing performance,” Kimble said. “Going for wet hair can sometimes be a little risky and a bit challenging, but I was very happy with the results, and we had such a blast working together.”
To create Beyoncé’s wet-look waves, Kimble used a Pantene Pro-V mousse and a paddle brush. “I used the mousse to set her hair, so that it would boost a wet and kind of tousled look, and gently used the Kimble paddled brush to evenly distribute the product throughout her hair.”
To dry the hair, use a diffuser to achieve volume and scrunch hair until dry for added body.