When “Killing Me Softly” dropped in ’96, Lauryn was rocking a long, braided look.
At the 11th annual Soul Train Music Awards, Lauryn Hill rocked an short coily coiffure.
Hill’s bouncy dreadlocks quickly became an iconic style for a generation of Black girls.
At the Billboard Music Awards, Hill rocked her lush dreadlocks in two schoolgirl ponytails.
At the 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards, Hill wore her dreadlocks in trendsetting, roller-set waves.
Hill swept her locs into a spiky updo at the 13th Soul Train Music Awards.
Hill wore her dreadlocks loose and full at the 41st annual Grammy Awards.
At a Grammy event, Lauryn Hill rocked a modern French twist with face-framing tendrils.
When the Fugees reunited at the 2005 BET Awards, Hill sported a retro Dorothy Hamill-style mushroom wig.
At a performance in Kuala Lumpur, Hill sported a soft, natural ’fro. Simple, yet so chic!
At an Oscar party, Lauryn Hill sported an oversize coily wig and Harlequin-style makeup.
At the Rock The Bells concert last year, Hill’s feathered hair peeked out from her sequined beanie.
At the Tanzania Education Trust Gala, Hill sported a head full of short, soft curls.
At the 6th annual Jazz In The Gardens concert, Hill rocked a sleek, short bob with full bangs.
Hill sported long, coily tendrils at the 2011 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.