Rihanna is known as a rebellious star. When it comes to her hairstyle, people get the same feeling. From long brown hair to the black short cut razor look was quite a transformation. With every new album, Rihanna kept on changing her hairstyle. In ‘Rated R’ she had honey-blonde hair; in ‘Loud’, fire engine red, in Unapologetic ‘black’ and in ‘Talk Talk Talk’ caramel.
All these changes in the color of her hair gave her a completely new look. You may not find any other celebrity who has undergone so many changes in their hairstyle.
Here’s Rihanna’s hairstyles over the years.
Renowned singer Rihanna, stepped out wearing an oversized tan pantsuit and a bob hair in spiral curls during the 69th annual Parsons Benefit at Chelsea Piers on May 22, 2017. Her presence was truly an inspiration to the student designers of Parsons School of Design.
All eyes were on Rihanna as she arrives for the Okja screening during the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals in Cannes with an off-white custom Dior Couture gown and updo straight formal wedding hairstyle. Dramatic and impressive indeed!
Rihanna with a bob-cut hairstyle at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. A bob-cut with full bangs, very classy style that is perfect with her silk bronze mid-knee dress.
Rihanna in a bob-cut hairstyle attends the FENTY PUMA by Rihanna AW16 Collection during Fall 2016. She looks very fierce, the french-style haircut is perfect for her sexy black dress and over-sized coat.
Rihanna with an upstyle hairstyle at the "Home" Special Screening Red Carpet 2015. A simple style that suites her long dress, very classy.
Rihanna with a ponytailed hair performs onstage during CBS RADIOs third annual We Can Survive, presented by Chrysler at the Hollywood Bowl 2015. Simple style that suites her stripes-loose corporate attire outfit.
Rihanna with a bob-cut hairstyle attends 'China: Through The Looking Glass' Costume Institute Gala 2015. Her bob-cut hair is perfect for her head wear and suites her yellow long gown.
Rihana in an up-style hair at the Grammy Awards 2015. She look simple yet elegant perfect with her pink couture dress.
Here we are going to discuss some of Rihanna’s best hairstyles. She looks great with black hair; it just goes very well with her complexion. She did a casual updo on her long hair and curled the loose ends. The hairstyle looked very simple but it reflected her strong personality. Up-dos look great on her as she has an oval face shape. Even a high ponytail volume at the crown looks great on her.
Straight up-dos with blunt cut bangs brings the best features out of he. Black is her natural color, but she looks good on chestnut brown and shades of chocolate also. Her complexion is warm and these colors also go well with her green eyes.
At the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, Rihanna simply looked stunning with her mid-length wavy hair. With the hair parting in the middle, she looked very elegant in this hairstyle. She had shades of caramel. For changing her look completely, she went for the short pixie hairstyle in black and dark brunette colors. She seemed to like the medium red color a lot as we have seen her in different hairstyles with this signature color. We have seen her in voluminous super curly hair, to shoulder length and even bob hairstyle.
Rihanna is a popular singer and songwriter. She is an actress as well. She entered the music industry in 2003. Her debut album ‘Music of the Sun’ became a hit and she rose to fame instantly. Her albums ‘A Girl Like Me’ secured one of the top 10 positions on the US Billboard 200. She became a sex symbol after the release of her album ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’ that was released in 2007. She won the first Grammy Award for her single ‘Umbrella’.
Her album ‘Unapologetic’ released in 2012 got a Grammy Award also. She won a number of American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and lots more. Many of her songs are considered to be the world’s best selling singles. She is even ranked as one of the most powerful celebrities today by Forbes. She is a very young and talented artist and one of the best pop icons we have today.