Beyonce's hair evolution
Check out the superstar's changing looks, from 2000 through the present.
Beyonce rocked Farrah Fawcett style waves at the "Divas 2000" tribute to Diana Ross.
In 2001, the superstar appeared on TODAY rocking a half ponytail and tight curly texture. The style accentuated the singer's dramatic gold hoops.
Later the same year, Beyonce sported cornrows for an appearance on "Total Request Live." She paired the look with a belt that naturally read "Bootylicious," in reference to Destiny's Child's hit song.
For the Golden Globe Awards in 2001, the pop star sported a deep side part and soft curls. The effortless look perfectly complemented her dramatic red dress.
For the 2002 Grammy Awards, Beyonce opted to show off her lighter side with a new blond hue. She also wore her hair stick straight with a part just off center. The look went perfectly with her intricate one-shoulder gown.
Later the same year, the singer made an appearance on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. She opted for ultraglamorous, big bouncy curls for the late night show.
She continued to rock the Afro hairstyle for a performance with Destiny's Child in Zurich, Switzerland.
Her character, Foxy Cleopatra, sported a full '70s-style 'fro in "Austin Powers: Goldmember."
Beyonce cut eyebrow-grazing bangs before the American Music Awards in Los Angeles.
The same year, she wore her hair in sweet ringlets for the 60th annual Golden Globes. The style went perfectly with her strapless, embroidered gown and stunning diamond necklace.
The star chose a sleek, straight style for another award presentation in 2003.
A year later, she rocked platinum blond hair color that matched her megawatt smile at a press conference in Beverly Hills, California.
The songstress belted out the national anthem at Super Bowl XXXVIII and pulled her hair back into a sleek ponytail for the performance. She kept a few wispy strands around her face for a youthful vibe.
In 2006, Beyonce returned to "Total Request Live" and wore hair in a voluminious half-up, half-down style.
The same year, Queen Bey stopped by a taping of the BET show "106 & Park," showing off a sultry, dark hue and long voluminous waves.
In 2007, the superstar made an appearance on "Total Request Live" wearing her dark hair in natural, shoulder-length curls.
The singer sat courtside at a basketball game in New York and wore her hair in a sculptural updo featuring a full circle of hair at the nape of her neck. She paired the look with a leather jacket and statement earrings.
In 2008, Beyonce cut her hair in a short, blond pixie cut. She rocked the look onstage at the Fashion Rocks show in New York while wearing a bright yellow, jewel-encrusted gown.
A year later, the singer sported long, windswept locks with extra volume at the crown for a performance in Budapest, Hungary.
Beyonce went back to blond for the 2010 Grammy Awards. The star wore her sleek locks in a deep side part and wove strands of iridescent accents throughout the style. She and added a pair of door-knocker earrings to complete the look.
For the Glastonbury Festival in 2011, the singer went for big voluminous curls and a center part.
Who can forget the moment Queen Bey revealed her pregnancy in 2011? The glowing mom-to-be stepped out on the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet with a side-swept hairstyle she rocked while cradling her growing belly.
The singer attended the BET Awards in 2012 wearing a yellow silk gown and carefree curls.
In 2013, Beyonce rocked box braids crafted into an elaborate updo when leaving her hotel in Havana, Cuba.
That same year, the singer embarked on a world tour and let her hair down in chest-length blond waves for the performance.
In 2014, the superstar chopped her hair into a chin-length bob with dark roots and light blond tips and showed off the new look at the Grammy Awards.
Later the same year, she showed of a darker, honey-colored style at an event in New York.
The star stepped out for a Women in Music luncheon in 2014 and rocked long, glamorous waves for the occasion.
To attend the Vanity Fair Oscar party in 2015, the star showed of her short strands in a short bob with effortless waves.
Met Gala plus high ponytail equals absolute perfection.
Beyonce performed with Coldplay and Bruno Mars for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. She stepped out in a black leather bodysuit and waist length blond waves.
The singer attended the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in New York and styled her hair in a braided updo. The sleek look was the perfect, subtle complement to her dramatic feathered gown.
Later the same year, the singer performed during the TIDAL X concert wearing a single braid and a structured bodysuit.
Days after announcing she was pregnant with twins, the superstar performed at the Grammys wearing an elaborate golden headdress and long, soft waves creating a golden goddess effect.
The same night, the star made a quick change and showed off sleek, straight strands to celebrate her two Grammy wins.
Later the same year, the singer and her daughter, Blue Ivy, attended a basketball game in New Orleans. The star rocked long, blond waves and a floor-length kimono jacket while her adorable daughter sported pigtails.