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Mullets, ‘Fros & Beehives

From Bowie to Bieber, Rock’s Most Iconic Hair Styles

Sly Stone

Mullets, 'Fros & Beehives

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The Sly and the Family Stone frontman (pictured in 1969) embodied 1960s Black Pride with his outrageous Afro.

 

 

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Keith Flint

Keith Flint

Mick Hutson

Keith Flint

The Prodigy singer (shown in 1996) ratched up the group's electro-punk image with a crazy, slime-green side-head Mohawk.

Korn

Korn

Mick Hutson

Korn

Korn (2000): Countless nü-metal acts wear dreads, but none offer a selection as varied (and oft imitated) as Jonathan Davis & Co. Here, they're twisted, braided, and strategically bleachedall to unwashed effect.

Pete Wentz

Pete Wentz

Larry Busacca

Pete Wentz

Fall Out Boy's bassist (shown in 2005) pioneered these carefully coifed bangs long before Justin Bieber. In 2009 he cut off his so-called "Emo Swoosh."

Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse

Mark Allan

Amy Winehouse

The British singer (shown in 2007) sported a beehive that was so massive, it was checked for drugs when she went to visit her husband "Blake Incarcerated" in 2007, according to British tabloid reports.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

Nick Harvey

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga (shown in 2009) has rocked plenty of unlikely styles, but none of inventive as when she twisted her own hair into a bow.