Celebrities change their hair like the seasons. Take a look below at some of the stars who switched up their do’s for the fall. From Keke Palmer’s red wig situation to Rihanna’s loc transformation, we’ve got them all here.
The Scream Queens star goes from demure dark locks to a sassy red mane. The secret to her severe color transformation? A wig!
Instead of sacrificing healthy hair for a color swap, the actress opts for a wig and keeps her natural hair under wraps.
The KUWTK star is a fan of wigs, but for her latest look, she went all in. To get the pale pink strands she dubbed rose gold, she first had to bleach her hair blonde.
After taking over Paris Fashion Week, the singer turned designer decided to have a faux loc moment. RiRi’s killing the chunky loc trend, as she does with every other trend.
The Sister, Sister star took a break from her ombre bob with boxed braids. The protective style will give her hair a break from the heat damage that comes with straightening.
Ev traded in her curls for a sleek lob. The Living Lozada star slays this look!
A new baby calls for a mommy makeover. Tiny goes dark and bold for fall.
Beads and shells adorn the singer’s braids in a 'do she totally owns.
The actress said bye to her braids and went bleach blonde instead. Maybe a new look for a new role?
The Wait author jumps from a pixie cut to curls to braids and other styles pretty often, but most recently has been serving life in faux locs. She just added a shaved side for the fall!
The "Milkshake" singer adds fun color and gold hair jewelery to her new faux locs for the season.
The singer magically transfoms her cute pixie into lovely lavender strands all thanks to wig magic!
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