A girl of a mystery, even her name plays a trick: the signer's real name Ashley is hidden inside the letters of her stage alias Halsey. It is also a street in Brooklyn where Ashley Nicolette Frangipane spent much time before becoming famous. Now the popular electro-pop performer with some strains of indie music, Halsey started with the YouTube covers and can be called a self-made woman beyond the shadow of a doubt. The lyrics of her songs reflect everything that bothers her personally and the world as well. Halsey raises some of the most pressing issues of feminism, body positivity, and different kinds of love. Her self-expression also comes in the form of her appearance changes: every month, if not a week, she chooses a new color or a new haircut to try on.
You can never be sure which hairstyle Halsey has at the moment. Recently, she took part in the Disney Family Singalong to perform "Part of Your World" soundtrack from the 'Little Mermaid." Perhaps, the singer auditioning for the role of Ariel with her fairytale-red hair and cartoon-big eyes, looking right into the soul. For her another collaboration with Magnum, she appeared in all-pink with the similar-color Barbie-pink hair. Playing with the all the possible tones and shades, twice she even literally became rainbow-colored: dying her bang and hair parting.
She enjoys experimenting with the length as much as with the tone: from the Leon-throwback bob to the Roxette-inspired glossy pixies - it seems that no haircut wouldn't suit Halsey. One day the singer looked like a Hollywood star of the 50s - someone could easily mistake a blonde-haired Halsey and her romantic curls with Marilyn Monroe. During another week, she might already look boyish and sassy with her red or faded yellow hair short.
As for now, it seems that the singer has decided to pause with the fair black Old Hollywood Pixie and her natural-looking curls. The only thing left to do is to hold our breath waiting for Halsey's new outing in other "Colors," just as the eponymous name of her musical hit.