When I have a bad hair day, I slap on a headband and hope I don't run into any exes. When Selena Gomez has a bad hair day, she works on a Coach fashion shoot. In a video posted on the label's Instagram, the Pantene ambassador gives us a peek into what it was really like behind the scenes of her Americana-themed debut Coach campaign, shot by Steven Meisel in the back of a 1976 Plymouth Fury.
Redken Creative Director Guido Palau styled her slightly wet lob, while Pat McGrath made her a monochromatic masterpiece with a look anchored by her neutral Lust Matte Trance Lipstick in 1995. (You can get the same shade sometime in July).
Ever the pro, Gomez allowed the stylists full control of her hair. In the BTS video, she sports bedhead pinned into a slight victory roll at the top. The mullet-esque coif is clearly a work in progress. As she bounces around, the "Bad Liar" singer giggles and jokes, "What is my hair?" Girl, I can answer that question for you: it's perfection. Just take a look at the end result.
Coach captioned the video, "Been there, said that," so the next time I come home for the day and that see my hair is completely deflated, at least I know that I'm not alone.