Happy 35th Birthday, Shakira! The Colombian pop star has a lot to celebrate in the past year including, being honored by the French Minister of Culture Frédéric Mitterrand and getting a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. There's no doubt that Shakira is an amazing artist and a world ambassador. We are celebrating her birthday by showcasing her beauty transformation throughout the years!
Still, no matter what style she tried or whenever, wherever she is, she still looks like the Shaki we love. Click through to see her amazing transformation!
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April 1999: Already a star in Latin America, the 22-year-old Ojos Asi singer steps into the spotlight stateside at the Alma Awards with bright red twisted strands.
September 2000: Now showing off blonde highlights, the two-time winner at the Latin Grammy Awards shines in a red sequin dress, glowing skin, smoky lids, and—the best part—thick, gorgeous curls.
December 2001: Embracing her “rockerita” style, Shakira weaves black strands through her piece-y blonde hair and tries an exaggerated cat eye to complement her black leather bustier.
December 2003: Two years later, the Colombiana releases her English-language pop album and gets a girlie look—smoothing her now all-blonde strands into soft, shiny curls, adding a touch of sheer lip gloss, and outlining her eyes in black liner.
February 2007: For the Grammy Awards, the almost-30-year-old international superstar shows off her natural side, darkening her hair to brunette, keeping her brows bold, and letting her natural curls loose. Love!
October 2009: After releasing her sixth album a few months earlier, Shaki’s hips don’t lie in a modern, metallic dress off-set by her long super-straight blonde hair pulled back into a high bump.
January 2011: With seven albums to date, a sexy new soccer-playing boyfriend, and international fame, Shakira looks like she’s at the top of her career with pretty wavy hair, her signature nude, glossy lips, flawless skin and long lashes.