See Drew Barrymore's hair evolution
When it comes to hair, Drew Barrymore has tried it all. Whether funky colors or experimental 'dos, this Hollywood legend never disappoints.
At just 6 years old, Barrymore rocked a perfect baby-blond bob to star in "E.T."
Barrymore in silly, frilly pigtails with — what else? — '80s yarn bows for an "E.T." promo shot.
Five years after her breakout role, Barrymore rocked a crimped perm and jaunty side pony.
For a Poetry in Motion benefit for The Children's AIDS Foundation, the actress chose loosened-up waves woven with sunny highlights.
At the 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Barrymore was all about that bombshell blond bob, chopped just below her ears. The brown lipstick and arched eyebrows are so perfectly '90s.
To promote "The Wedding Singer," the actress added blunt, above-the-brow bangs.
Did you know that in Y2K, Barrymore starred in a CBS television drama called "2000 Malibu Road?" Oh, and she rocked a wavy chestnut pixie while doing so. The more you know.
What better way to top off long honey waves while promoting "Charlie's Angels" than an askew black beret. (And it's very Faye Dunaway.)
For an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," a tawny brunette was paired with curvy, below-the-chin layers.
When you star in a movie as a sexy undercover detective (ahem, the next installment of "Charlie's Angels"), why not promote it with cool-girl blond waves?
If there's one hair accessory Barrymore comes back to time and time again, it's a single flower blossom. For the premiere of "50 First Dates," she chose white petals to accessories her low updo.
Expressing her wild side in Spain, Barrymore rocked a voluminous, lioness-inspired mane at the Madrid premiere of "50 First Dates."
Barrymore looked refined in an austere auburn updo for the 2005 Oscars.
Don't recognize that gorgeous redhead? It's Barrymore at the premiere of "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" exhibit in Los Angeles.
The actress opted for a simple, sleek pony for a Sony event in Beverly Hills.
Before there was #TBT, there was Barrymore in a retro beehive at the 2007 Calvin Klein fashion show in New York City.
Does anyone do color better than Barrymore? We spy 50 shades of blond in this single look from the "Borat" premiere in Hollywood.
Twisted, piled-high and highlighted in the softest shade of toffee you ever did see. That's the look Barrymore went with for the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Every once in a while, everyone craves stick-straight hair. Barrymore did just that at a "Music and Lyrics" premiere.
And then again in a caramel shade to celebrate her CoverGirl contract.
Ponytails can be sleek, short, side-swept or ... curvy and pumped full of volume, like Barrymore's at the premiere of "He's Just Not That Into You" in Los Angeles.
Who's that gorgeous plantinum nymph with the old Hollywood waves? That's Barrymore at the after-party for "Grey Gardens," clearly making Little Edie proud.
Never one to rest on her beauty laurels, Barrymore hit the Los Angeles premiere of "Grey Gardens" with a whipped-up, windswept mass of gorgeousness.
One would have a hard time coming up with a more fitting — or unique — accent to her black lace gown at the "Whip It"premiere in Toronto than those inky dip-dyed tips.
The cool thing about dyeing only the tips of your hair is that once you're done with the look, you just chop them off — and show up to the "Whip It" premiere in Los Angeles with breezy, brushed-back strands.
Lots of blondes have a hard time getting volume. Barrymore — seen here with a wedged bob at a benefit screening of "Everybody's Fine" in New York City — is not one of them.
Case in point: This miles-high vintage swoop at the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
For the London premiere of "Going the Distance," Barrymore reclaimed her throne of the best color ever with long, ombre waves that faded from a near-burgundy brown to a sheer gold.
Reminding us how beautiful she is as a redhead, here's Barrymore with richly russet beach waves at a Chanel benefit dinner in Malibu.
To honor Martin Scorsese and David Hockney in Los Angeles, Barrymore was every inch a lady in smooth, ginger-toned barrel curls.
Sweet, straight and simple strands complement Barrymore's beauty at the Second Annual Baby2Baby Gala.
The deep side part Barrymore wore at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards opened up her face and showed off that famous smile.
At the "Blended" premiere in Hollywood, Barrymore went back to boho basics with free-form waves.
While talking about her new book "Wildflower," Barrymore showed off the bounciest, springiest, prettiest curls ever.
When in London promoting "Miss You Already," Barrymore's romantic braid was big and bountiful.
The actress and beauty mogul opted for a soft, straw-hued and sophisticated look to host an ASPCA event in New York City.