Taylor Swift's style has certainly evolved since she broke on the music scene in 2006, and that goes for her hair, too! While the singer has rarely strayed from her signature blonde, she's sported dozens of different styles, from loose, wild curls to a blunt, sleek bob and everything in between. Click through our gallery to check out some of the singer's most standout styles throughout the years.
Surf's up! The singer sported beachy waves as she accepted the Icon Award at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards in Hermosa Beach, California.
Swift rocked a casual low ponytail for her surprise performance at New York City's historic Stonewall Inn during Pride Month celebrations, which commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising.
The singer topped off her wispy, pulled-back style with a bejeweled, flowery headband at the Time 100 Gala at NYC's Lincoln Center in spring 2019.
Swift's Reputation stadium tour was all about dark colors and snake patterns. She tucked her wavy blonde hair and bangs underneath a hood for this fiery number at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.
Swift paired her holiday-themed tartan top with some crimpy curls for her performance at the 99.7 NOW! POPTOPIA holiday festival in San Jose, California.
Swift brought the bangs back with this dirty blonde bob she wore to present at the 50th Annual CMA Awards in fall 2016.
The singer sported some natural waves in NYC in fall 2016.
Swift returned to a softer blonde for her summer 2016 romance with Tom Hiddleston. The pair were pictured together in coordinating navy blue at LAX after their infamous Fourth of July festivities.
Swift paired a bleach-blonde bob with a striking black lip at the 2016 Met Gala, where the theme was "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology."
Swift channeled her inner Anna Wintour with bangs and a bob at the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
The singer tucked back half of her blunt bob for an asymmetrical look at the 2016 GRAMMYs, where she took home three trophies -- including Album of the Year -- for her fifth studio album, 1989.