30 Celebrity Hair Moments That Make Us Want To Wig Out

Wigs are a great way to protect your natural hair from damage while styling. Regardless of color or texture, they've evolved to look more natural than ever, making it one of Hollywood's most coveted tools for a red carpet-ready look. And unlike hair extensions, this method ensures your healthy locks remain intact. See all of the celebrity moments that make us want to wig out below. 


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On the 2015 Grammy Awards red carpet, Zendaya emerged with a mullet. We seriously thought she had cut her hair, until we later realized it was just a super believable wig. 

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In 2016, the actress and singer made mushroom cuts cool again on the Met Gala red carpet. 

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She’s no stranger to wig units. Between the photo shoots and tapings of Scream Queens, she’s known to keep a cute one in tow, including this fiery red mane. 

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Who could deny the epicness that was Ciara's silvery up-do at the 2016 Met Gala?! It's certainly one of the singer's most noteworthy beauty moments this year. 

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The Claws actress sported a fabulous grey mane for the 2016 BET Awards. 

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We know that the model and actress sometimes relies on the expertise of celebrity hairstylist Tokyo Stylez to create natural looking pieces, like this cute bob.

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This short bob is quite the departure from her go-to, bone straight locks. 

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After we saw Teyana Taylor in Kanye West’s "Fade" video, we were all dying to find out what shampoos and leave-in conditioners she used to get this look. In actuality, this is a wig crafted by Tokyo Stylez. 

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Naoimi Campbell is known for slaying in waist-length wigs on and off the red carpet. 

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In May 2017, the model surprised us all when she traded in her signature long hair for this chic bob. 

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"Muva" made her faux twists look believable in November 2016. 

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In May 2017, the TV host turned heads in long blonde waves.

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Rapper Cardi B is another hair chameleon who rocks wigs on occasion.  We love this short coif on her. 

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The rapper's hair choices are just as exciting as her music and social media antics. 

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In 2015, the singer shut down the Met Gala red carpet in floor-sweeping fashion and a auburn bob. 

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Back in 2011, Rihanna commanded her attention in this larger than life, curly wig. 

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The reality star served in this mint green bob in July 2017.

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The only thing more attention-grabbing than the public battle between Chyna and Rob Kardashian is this glorious bob she sported during a press conference in July 2017.

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Black unicorns exist.

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When the Young Money MC first hit the Hollywood scene, it was her outrageous wigs that made headlines. Since then, she's toned experimented with more toned down looks, while still maintaining her bold style. 

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The singer and a slew of other beautiful ladies made blonde bobs trend at the 2017 BET Awards. 

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The singer frequently covers her curly mane with fabulous wigs, but this pin straight bob is our favorite by far. 

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In 2007, Queen Latifah channeled her Hairspray character "Motormouth Maybelle" in a blonde wig at the film's Hollywood premiere. 

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We're always looking to Queen Bey's Instagram for hair inspo, including her standout wig moments. 

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The model and singer slayed the 2016 MTV VMAs red carpet in a lime green bob. 

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Back in 2009, the singer gave us old Hollywood glamour in this luscious wig at the Vanity Fair Oscar party. 

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Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson set high wig standards when they became household names as The Supremes in the '60s. 

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Long before she sang "What's Love Got To Do With It," the singer whipped her wigs back and forth on the stage. 

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You'll be hard pressed to find the TV host without a laid wig atop her head.