Prince was an icon in music and fashion as well as beauty — his hairstyles through the years were edgy, fun and uniquely Prince.
Prince, 57, sadly passed away at his Minnesota home on April 21. His whole persona was about setting trends and breaking boundaries. See his best hairstyles below!
Long and short, curly and straight — Prince rocked just about every hair look there is and made each one his own. In the “Purple Rain” era, in 1984, he rocked gelled curls with tons of body and no frizz.
At the Super Bowl halftime show in 2007, he played some of his biggest hits as well as some covers, including “Let’s Go Crazy”, “Baby I’m a Star”, “Proud Mary”, “All Along the Watchtower”, “Best of You”, and “Purple Rain.”
He started the set with his hair wrapped since it was pouring rain! But he revealed his locks later in the set. Watch his amazing performance here.
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In November 2015, Prince rocked a large afro on stage at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. He also rocked an afro on the TV show “New Girl.”
On Prince’s album cover for Prince, which was released 1979, he’s rocking long, feathered locks, curled away from his face. Along with his shoulder-length locks, he’s rocking a mustache and showing off his chest hair.
Along with his hairstyles, his fashion choices were always outlandish, colorful and daring. See his best fashion looks here!
Stars around the world have offered condolences for Prince. Singer Madonna wrote on Instagram: “He Changed The World!! A True Visionary. What a loss. I’m Devastated. This is Not A Love Song.” Sign up for 30 free days of Amazon music and stream Prince‘s greatest hits right here.
Which Prince hairstyle is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.