“[Having blonde hair is] sexy and attracts men like a magnet,” the 24-year-old “Alejandro” singer (dripping in sweat at her Today Show performance in NYC) told Germany’s BILD magazine.
90210′s leading lady, 23, known for her wild curly locks, hit new heights with a pompadour that straddled the line of a beehive at the 8th annual Crysalis Butterfly Ball in Brentwood, Calif.
“It’s my attitude! Everybody wants it…My hair stylist gets calls from all across the country,” the mom of eight, 35, boasted of her signature spiky bob. She now sports a longer ‘do
“My hair’s not mine. My hair is always just the part’s hair,” Eclipse’s Stewart, 20, told Entertainment Tonight about her jet black choppy locks, a style she adopted to star as Joan Jett in The Runaways.
Barrymore’s bob was a voluminous mess at this year’s Golden Globe Awards. Why does the Grey Gardens star, 35, who told Oprah Winfrey she has a penchant for hotel shampoo, insist on changing her look so often? “Life is short,” she told Jay Leno in October.
The songstress, 29, rocked tight curls and cornrows last summer for L.A.’s Million Meal Summer event.
The No Doubt rocker, 40, has sported her fair share of crazy hairstyles — from a completely pink mane to a retro blonde look. During an appearance on NBC’s Today Show last May, the mom of two performed with her platinum hair tied into multiple top knots.
“It’s for a movie. I miss it too,” the natural redhead, 24, Tweeted last summer after she went bleached-blonde to shoot Machete. “I was sad when I heard — I begged [them not to dye it].”
Cassie’s half-shaved ‘do “displays the ‘I don’t give a f*ck’ attitude that was always present, but never showcased,” the R&B crooner, 23, has said.
The singer, 28, channeled Dolly Parton at the 2004 MTV VMAs. “The girls from Destiny’s Child, we would put our hair on the ironing board, and iron it, which is so crazy!” she has said about her pre-fame hair routine.
The 35-year-old Big Love star’s unkempt tresses at a Calvin Klein party in New York City were a nod to Donald Trump’s signature comb-over.
The 22-year-old’s stylist was the one prompted her new shorter ‘do. “My hairdresser just said, ‘I don’t feel like doing your hair anymore — I want to cut it.’ I was like, finally!” Rihanna (at the American Music Awards) has said.
Zellweger, 41, had little choice but to chop off her damaged locks in 2007. “It was just a case of me going to the hair stylist and being told, ‘We can’t help you anymore. We are going to have to take it off,’” the actress said at the time.
The bottle blonde, 51, succumbed to the biggest hair faux pas of all at the MET Gala: showing her roots!
The “She Wolf” singer, 33, showed off a set of dreadlocks at a New York City bash celebrating her Rolling Stone cover.
The songstress, 29, has had her fair share of hair blunders over the years, but her 2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards frizzy braided look takes the cake. “I’m a risk taker and I’ve always been like that,” she has said.
“I just wanted to be free. from the bondage that. black women. sometimes put on themselves with their hair,” Beyonce’s younger sis, 24, Tweeted about her shaved head.
The 36-year-old talk show host (here at the 2009 MET Gala in New York City) ditched her trademark weave in favor of her “real hair” for the fifth season premiere of The Tyra Banks Show.
The actress, 31, had a serious case of helmet hair at the London premiere of The Killers. “I was pretty shocked at first… I was like, ‘wow, it’s dark, that’s not just brown, that’s black,’” she told Us about dyeing her blond locks. “It took me a good day and a half to totally embrace it.”
The actress and singer, 41, chose an over-the-top bouffant for the 2002 Oscars.
The reality star, 25, dyed her hair as an homage to Dame Edna, a character played by Australian comedian Barry Humphries. “I know it’s lavender, but having my hair this color makes me feel like me again!” she tweeted about the change.