A Look Back at Cher’s Most Iconic Hairstyles




Long Layers With Bangs: 1965

Long Layers With Bangs: 1965

Even at 19, Cher (here with then-husband Sonny Bono) already had a signature look. Although long straight hair with a full bang was really popular in the ’60s, she knew how to make it her own.

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Waist-Length Ponytail: 1972

Waist-Length Ponytail: 1972

To offset how much skin she bared in this slinky patterned gown, the singer rocked a massive ponytail — and oversize hoop earrings — in this professional portrait.

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Long Layers With Bangs: 1965

Even at 19, Cher (here with then-husband Sonny Bono) already had a signature look. Although long straight hair with a full bang was really popular in the ’60s, she knew how to make it her own.

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Waist-Length Ponytail: 1972

To offset how much skin she bared in this slinky patterned gown, the singer rocked a massive ponytail — and oversize hoop earrings — in this professional portrait.

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Big and Curly: 1972

A super-long ponytail wasn’t the only over-the-top look Cher chose in 1972. For a concert, she wore her hair teased into really big curls.

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Feathered Headpiece: 1972

Cher’s obsession with giant headpieces started early. Case in point: This huge fuchsia and purple one she wore in a promotional portrait for The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour.

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Bob With Bangs: 1975

We’re not sure if it’s a wig or not, but this cropped bob is absolutely adorable. It especially pairs well with the singer’s high-neck red sequin dress.

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Long Braids: 1977

While visiting the The Stanley Siegel Show, Cher showed off her long braids under a cute newsboy cap.

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Frosted Pixie: 1984

You weren’t on trend in the ’80s unless you experimented with a little frosting. But Cher took it one step further and chopped her mane into an edgy short haircut with pale blonde spikes at the top.

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Rocker Mullet: 1985

Leave it up to Cher to take the most regrettable haircut of the ’80s — the mullet — up a notch. Seriously, the volume is gravity-defying.

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Spiked Headpiece: 1986

Who could ever forget this show-stopping outfit and headpiece from the 1986 Academy Awards? Because of this look, Cher still remains on the list for most memorable red carpet outfits ever.

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Cleopatra Headdress: 1988

For fashion designer (and good friend) Bob Mackie’s 1988 Halloween party, Cher went all out by wearing a glitzy and elaborate Cleopatra-style hairpiece and wig.

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