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Gwen Stefani is a natural beauty, through and through — a fact the “Used to Love You” singer proved when she went completely makeup-free for a gorgeous selfie back in May. When it comes to those uber-blonde locks we know so well, however, her beauty routine is a bit more high maintenance. Not even Gwen Stefani's immune to the wear and tear of bleach and hair dye, but this leave-in conditioner keeps her hair in healthy-looking condition. From bindi beauty to glamour goddess: we track the changing look of trend-setter Gwen Stefani. There is only one answer: Gwen Stefani. Yes, the No Doubt singer has been performing mane magic right in front of our eyes for almost two decades. In fact, if it wasn't for #TBT most of us would never know she was a bottle blond. For the record, the last time the Grammy winner dyed her hair anything other. EVER since she burst to fame 20 years ago with the era-defining hits Just A Girl and Don't Speak, No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani has been known for her immaculate, platinum-blonde hair. Developing an iconic, signature hair look doesn't just happen by accident — at least not in Hollywood. In the case of Gwen Stefani, it's been 20 years in the making, all thanks to one man who's been behind the scenes since the beginning: Danilo Dixon, or just Danilo, for short. Danilo's been the driving force. It's Official - Gwen Stefani Dyes Her Hair More Often Than We Paint Our Nails. Gwen Stefani's iconic blonde hair won't dye itself The millennial's Marilyn Monroe, Gwen Stefani's signature bleached blonde hair has made her iconic. Gwen Stefani's natural hair isn't blonde, and we feel duped. That said, the singer and judge on 'The Voice' looks stunning as a natural brunette. UPDATE (6/14) -- Yes, it's true that Gwen Stefani's routine of dyeing her hair every week isn't cost-effective for most women out there. But the good news is that the pop star spends way less money when it comes to more crucial aspects of her hair care. And by "crucial," we mean conditioner. According to her.