The Most Iconic Celebrity Hairstyles

 The jet black bob crafted by celebrity stylist Ursula Stephen made Rihanna an instant beauty icon.

The Asymmetrical Bob

Ranged in color, length, and in this case, design. The Queen Bee's blonde, Versace logo-adorned bob is a classic.

Logo Blonde Bob

 The late '90s into the early 2000s with shapeshifting cuts that included bangs and flipped-out bobs.

Neon Pink Hair

Reintroduced a new generation to 80s style, including Adidas tracksuits with Kangol hats to match.

Pink Kangoo Hat

Tamera's twisted updo at the 2000 Soul Train Music Awards—featuring the very on-trend spiky sprays of hair

Twisted Updo

WB television show  her highlighted cropped curls made a huge impact and showed off Russell's beautiful 

Cropped Curls

Christina Aguilera's career was controversial (and iconic) as the pop star leaned into Xtina to release 

Bold Streaks

Musical debut in the '90s with a short blonde pixie. However, in the 2000s, she heated  up with a red hot pixie.

Fire Red Pixie

Courtney Love's cropped shaggy look at the 2000 Golden Globes offers up the perfect mix of grunge and glam.

Fringed Shag

we imagine this look from the MTV VMAs would be at the top of Jennifer Lopez's most beloved red carpet looks

Bejeweled Bandana

Who could forget Alicia Keys' 2001 Songs in A Minor album cover with her beaded braids under a green hat

Fulani Braids

One of her most memorable looks was the red highlighted pixie she wore flipped up and in a bob with a bang

Chunky Red Pixie

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