Iconic celebrity hairstyles
Match point mullet
This retired tennis star rocked a bushy mullet that became legendary long before he reached the No. 1 spot on the courts.
Crazy crest on the court
The NBA power forward is nicknamed “Birdman,” which is apropos, given his sky-high cut of choice.
A sitcom’s style sensation
Though few viewers would envy her character’s messy love life, women across the country coveted this sitcom star’s hairstyle.
The most renowned redhead
Her flame-red hair shone bright, despite her hit show’s black-and-white format.
A disgraced statesman's pate
His past career as a governor may have hit rock bottom, but his hair never lost its luster on camera.
A cutting-edge classic
This raven-haired silent screen queen snipped her way to “style icon” status.
A cut that ruled centuries later
It takes serious clout to rock a haircut that transcended centuries, and this ancient dictator had it.
A straight-up diva
Her long locks were famously bone-straight in the early 1970s but later took on every shape and shade under the sun.
The most bizarre braids
Artis Leon Ivey Jr. is better known by his hip-hop stage name and is known, best of all, for his gravity-defying cornrows.
The "Silver Fox"
This news anchor is considered a sex symbol, gleaming gray hair and all.
A country-fried coif
In 1992, the world got an earful of country hit “Achy Breaky Heart” and got its first glimpse at this singer’s signature mullet.
A feathered angel
Thanks to her role as one of the original Charlie’s Angels, this actress with a head of trend-setting cascading hair became a '70s style legend.
Presidential hopeful hair
This Republican White House contender has sported the quintessential conservative politician hair since his days as the second in line to the president's spot.
A singer’s signature spikes
William Michael Albert Broad brought punk to pop fans with “Rebel Yell” and an often-emulated spiky blond 'do.
Style fit for Washington royalty
Topped off with her signature chapeau, the former first lady’s classic cut brought timeless style to the White House.
A knock-out 'fro
The famed boxing promoter worked with the likes of “the G.O.A.T.” and “the Real Deal” but his shocking mane commanded as much attention outside the ring.
Unfading '80s chic
This island-born tastemaker made a name for herself with an androgynous flat-top look and outrageous fashions.
Hair that’s beautiful like a rainbow
If '80s audiences needed evidence that girls just wanna have fun, they only had to look at this pop singer’s asymmetrical crayon box hairstyle.
A reggae king’s crowning glory
The fame of this reggae legend helped make dreadlocks the ubiquitous style they are today.
One of the most fab heads in rock
Long before Bieber Fever started, he and his three band mates set nations of girls to screaming and swooning with their thick, tousled mop top cuts.
A top-notch knot
Off the court, this professional baller has curly locks reminiscent of Kenny G, but while he’s playing, he has been known to rock a topknot.
This former governor achieved her well-known 2008 “hockey mom” hair courtesy of this hidden gem stylist.
Beneath this NFL player’s helmet is nearly 10 years’ worth of long, wavy hair.
Teased Tennessee tresses
She’s the “Jolene”-crooning country star whose decade-spanning style is a testament to the “bigger is better” credo.
The King’s crown
The King of Rock & Roll reportedly kept his pompadour sleek using rose oil and this medicine cabinet staple.
A rainbow-bright baller
Basketball’s Hall of Fame got a lot more vibrant in 2011, when this forward with a passion for hair dye was inducted.
A diva-worthy 'do
This Motown front-woman’s hair became a solo act all its own in the ‘70s.
Action hero hair
From his role as The Terminator, to serving as The Governator, his flat-top has become as much a part of his image as his bulging pecks.
Style fit for a princess
The world took note as she turned British royal style on its ear with her modern frocks and short, feathered hair.
A towering CEO cut
He may live the lavish life, but this real estate tycoon claims to use a drug store brand on his trademark bushy comb-over hybrid.
Simply the best blonde
When Anna Mae Bullock went solo as an '80s pop star, she took center stage with a spiky blond wig that remains her calling card.
The pixie poster child
Gamine model Lesley Hornby and her pixie cut came to symbolize high fashion’s mod moment in the '60s.
A broken-in beehive
This rowdy, retro-loving R&B singer preferred her signature beehive to be teased to imperfection.