24 Celebrity Hair Transformations That Are Inspiring Our Own

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With a new normalcy on the horizon and summer around the corner, many of us are opting for a new ‘do to celebrate. Some of our favorite celebs can relate, taking to Instagram to show off their refreshed looks.

Savannah Guthrie went from light blonde to bright pink and asks fans, “Can the anchor of TODAY have pink hair?”

If you don’t remember Katy Perry’s Hot N Cold era, her newly-died brown hair will bring you right back to the good old days.

We still haven’t gotten over Saweetie’s bedazzled blonde bob at the 2021 Met Gala, but her long, orange locks are a tough competitor—we don’t know which look we love more.

Cutting off all of her died hair, Dawn French is starting from the bottom with her grey roots in hopes to grow out an all-silver bob.

Nicole Kidman snips off her long blonde locks and poses with her brand new pixi cut, a style that was practically made for her.

Gabrielle Union-Wade just went from long and dramatic to short and sleek. “The movies always show women cutting their hair when all is lost but I wanted to know the feeling of making a change when things are gravy,” she writes in her caption.

Lizzo went “slime green” for the day, and thanked her hairstylist Shelby Swain for the transformation.

Jada Pinkett Smith is looking bald and beautiful after her recent buzz, which she did alongside daughter Willow.

Taking a break from her waist-grazing locks, Kourtney Kardashian debuted a new chin-length bob, and we’re 100-percent here for it.

Tia Mowry is amping-up the phrase “blondes have more fun” with her new shaggy bangs and pastel orange jumpsuit.

The Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss went from blunt blonde locks to a short brown pixi for her upcoming movie Shining Girls.

Crediting hairstylist John Clark for the color, Lucy Hale recently debuted her new strawberry blonde ‘do in some prime golden hour lighting.

In a recent Instagram story, Sophie Turner showed off her red locks, which threw us back to her iconic Game of Thrones days.

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion went from long, sleek locks to natural, bouncy curls, which, according to recent posts, she’s been working to grow out for quite some time now.

Freshly bleached Kate Mara transformed her locks from a light brown to a bright blonde, and we think it suits her perfectly.

Ciara sure knows how to carry a tune, but she also can rock any hairstyle, including this fiery red ‘do.

Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor recently stepped away from her dark blonde hues and opted for a punchy red look, which we think suits her perfectly.

Tracee Ellis Ross just dressed up as the iconic Cher for hit show black-ish, and she made sure not to forget the singer’s iconic long black strands for her costume.

For the finale of American Idol, Katy Perry hit the big screen with a standout bedazzled dress and shiny black hair to match, a big switch-up from her short, blonde bob.

Actress Mandy Moore went “back to blonde for summer,” and while we thought this was a salon-curated look, it turns out that the 37-year-old did it all from her own bathroom with the Garnier Nutrisse Nourishing Color Creme ($9).

While some of us request Charlize Theron’s exact light-blonde hair color at the salon, we might be veering towards orange tones next time we take a visit, showing our stylists this picture for inspiration.

There’s never a dull moment with Britney Spears, and her newly debuted bright pink hair further proves that the singer isn’t scared to have some fun.

Serving the definition of mermaid hair, Kelly Osbourne showed off her new lavender locks with caption “New hair!! New outlook!!”

Taking the trending two-toned look and running with it, Gwen Stefani opted for an amped-up version of the style, plus the addition of blunt bangs.

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