Gwen has the world's most versatile bob and flaunts killer hairstyles while coaching on The Voice.

By loniventi
Updated October 23, 2014 01:00 PM

If you couldn’t tell by now, the entire style team has a major girl crush on Gwen Stefani. We could talk about her makeup for hours, we obsess over her killer style and we even have a fascination with her (equally-trendsetting) husband, Gavin.

Trae Patton/NBC (3); Courtesy Gwen Stefanis

So we’re pretty stoked that we get to watch the platinum bombshell several times a week on The Voice (and yes, we’re 100 percent #TeamGwen). Today, we’re geeking out over her incredibly versatile hairstyles. Honestly, who else can do so much with her relatively short (by Hollywood standards) shoulder-length hair? No one, that’s who. Let’s take a look at the hotness.

First there’s the retro Marilyn Monroe-esque curls, which we think of as “classic Gwen” since its her go-to style that she’s been flaunting forever (well, at least since her
Tragic Kingdom

Trae Patton/NBC (3); Courtesy Gwen Stefanis

Next there’s the super edgy (and impossibly cool) dip-dyed look. We speculate that this is the work of either a clip-in colored extension (Manic Panic makes great ones) or some temporary hair-color spray since the black tips were very short-lived.

Trae Patton/NBC (3); Courtesy Gwen Stefanis

Then she tried a smoother version of the “classic Gwen”, sporting softer, brushed-out waves instead of curls and anchoring them with two exposed hair pins (a huge trend for fall — of course she’s on the cutting edge).

Trae Patton/NBC (3); Courtesy Gwen Stefanis

And finally (this week, anyway) she gives the pin-up “Victory Roll” a moden twist by rolling up the front of her hair but keeping the rest super sleek.

Trae Patton/NBC (3); Courtesy Gwen Stefanis

We chatted with her long-time hair guru Danilo (Pantene’s Celebrity Stylist and Global Ambassador) who’s been coiffing up our girl on set — and he spilled that working with her is just as fun as we imagined. “Gwen is so playful and creative. She’s an artist. Everyday we look at what she’s wearing, what the demands are of the day and what type of vibe we want to project,” Danilo explains. “Sometimes she has ideas of her own, sometimes we collaborate. And then we just start styling and twisting until she owns it and brings it to life.” Then he promised us that there are even cooler looks coming in future episodes. We can’t wait to see what she’ll try next — especially considering that she’ll likely majorly turn things up with a new single to promote!

Would you try any of these hairstyles? Are you watching The Voice? Do you love Gwen as much as we do?

–Loni Venti