Prince’s Most Iconic Hair Moments Remembered
The Hall of Fame singer rocked medium-length curls while celebrating his birthday and the release of “Purple Rain” on stage in Minneapolis.
The rocker’s natural hair was on full display with this medium afro during the Billboard Music Awards.
He kept things short and spikey for this classic black and white portrait.
The flamboyant musician went with plenty of volume for an electric performance during his “Act II” Tour.
He opted for big hair to match his larger-than-life personality during a performance at the Radio City Music Hall in New York.
This short and relaxed style became the legendary musician’s signature look during his later years.
These classic curls are one of the singer’s most recognizable hairstyles.
The Purple One ditched his signature color for a perfectly slanted black hat atop his medium afro during the BRIT Awards.
Rocking all black, the singer hid his short and relaxed hair underneath a matching silk scarf.
He rocked this short cut with a copper dye as a musical guest on NBC’s ‘Today’ Show.
The enigmatic singer slayed this short and relaxed style while accepting the award for “Outstanding Male Artist” during the 38th annual NAACP Image Awards.
Reminiscent of Little Richard’s ‘50s pompadour, Prince switched things up with slicked yet wavy edges.
A departure from his trademark relaxed short styles, Prince opted for tighter curls during the 10th Anniversary Essence Music Festival.
The legendary rocker kept things short with a pixie cut during the fourth annual “VH1 Honors” event at the Universal Amphitheater in Universal City, California.
Prince wore this shaggy style during the “Sign of the Times” tour at Ahoy Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
He rocked a short cut with parted bangs during the annual BET Awards.
True to his androgynous style, Prince made scarves work for him. He tamed his signature curls with a stylish wrap, which doubled as a neat eye patch.
He opted for a natural look during Elton John’s 19th Annual AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.
Nothing beats this modified pompadour on full display during his concert at Earl’s Court in London.