In the early '90s, Toni Braxton's sexy cropped haircut spawned a thousand imitators (the whole "who's the true originator of the fly pixie, Toni or Halle?" debate is discussed at hair salons to this day). Since then, she's rocked every style under the sun from super-long curls to sexy asymmetric bobs. Here, we take a look back at Toni Braxton's most memorable mane moments.
In the early ‘90s Toni Braxton’s sexy cropped haircut spawned a legion of copycats. Every girl wanted to rock this chic pixie cut.
The “Breathe Again”-era cutie was simply adorable in her tousled, finger-styled pixie.
Braxton arrived at the 1995 American Music Awards wearing a slightly longer shag cut with flipped curls and bangs.
Long on Style
When Braxton released her second album, Secrets, she also debuted a brand new, sultrier image—complete with a long, lustrous coif.
At the American Music Awards the platinum-selling artist showed up with a new, bone-straight and darker ’do!
In the early 2000’s, Braxton experimented with her hair, rocking eyelash-grazing bangs in a flirty strawberry-blonde hue.
Lustrous, touchable ringlets, major lashes and candy-pink lips are the perfect complement to Braxton's bombshell dress!
At VH1’s Divas Live concert, Braxton hit the red carpet with her buttery blonde-streaked hair swept back into a low ponytail.
Braxton’s artfully rumpled, messy-on-purpose upsweep gives her look a decidedly Sixties feel.
In 2009 Braxton returned to her short roots with this asymmetric, heavy-banged crop.
Braxton added some dazzle to her ’do by adding a few waves and expertly placed amber streaks.
Supporting the Cause
At a charity fundraiser to fight lupus, Braxton sported long, layered tresses.
Braxton arrived at the premiere Braxton Family Values in a sassy, cropped cut with loads of layers.
At the 2011 Pre-Grammy Gala, hosted by Clive Davis, Braxton was all smiles in her signature curly pixie cut.
Tressed to Impress
Long, silky and bone-straight was the hairstyle of choice when Braxton attended a special reunion taping of Braxton Family Values.