Hair Confidence Activated – Songs That Will Snatch Your Wig
We all have a go to playlist for certain moods, right? No…just me?
Well mood playlists are so in! Whether it be a hype girls night out playlist, a queue of songs to cry to in the shower or even a dancing around in the kitchen while cooking playlist – there’s something for every occasion.
With that being said, why not add a hair confidence playlist!
Throw on that wig, topper, or show off your natural do and get ready to hair flip your way through life with this iconic wig and hair songs playlist!
Whip My Hair – Willow
If you grew up in the early 2000’s you know that Whip My Hair by Willow smith, actor Will Smith’s daughter, is a hair-flipping masterpiece.
The music video starts out with an all white scene and slowly becomes a colorful oasis of expression and hair diversity. Willow paints the room with joy by dipping her hair into jars of paint and whipping her hair around, hence the name of the song!
If you need to let off some steam, get out some energy or show off your luscious locs – this is the song for you!
Wig – Todrick Hall
A family friendly tune is always a good choice, but sometimes you need a song that makes you feel like a bad b*tch!
Todrick Hall, the multi-talented YouTube sensation, rapper, Broadway actor, singer, director and choreographer, always comes through with the bad b jams.
Wig, a song from his album Haus Party Pt.2, give you the perfect beat to strut your stuff to and show that wearing wigs has no gender!
7 Rings – Ariana Grande
Although 7 Rings by Ariana Grande isn’t directly about hair, how could you not feel the alternative hair confidence when you hear the lyrics:
“You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it"
Hearing a mainstream pop artist be so confident about wearing wigs, or hair extensions, after going through female hair loss from her role on Victorious, it lets her audience know that wigs are to be celebrated!
Hair – Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga has always been a trailblazer in performance art and a huge influence to the queer community. She has always used her fashion, and outer representation, as a form of expression.
Gaga’s song Hair was released on her Born This Way album. An album dedicated to self-acceptance, being your authentic self and not trying to “fit in”.
For a woman, hair can be a huge identity factor. This song is the perfect anthem to put on when you need a reminder to live as free as your hair and love yourself for who you are.
What are you waiting for? Throw on this playlist, turn up the volume and get that hair flipping!
We’ll be updating the playlist monthly, so don’t worry queen, new songs are always coming your way!
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