10 Times Beyoncé Slayed the Hair Game


She isn’t called Queen Bey for nothing! Whether she’s slaying a red carpet, on stage or promoting one of her many projects (Ivy Park x Adidas anyone?), Beyoncé knows how to use her hair to elevate a look. And she makes history while she does it!

Here are Beyoncé’s most iconic hair moments.

Ivy Park Party


Kim Kimble’s iconic Ivy Park braids had fans going crazy with the announcement of Beyoncé’s new collaboration with Adidas, and for good reason! The beads spelling out “Ivy Park” had us dying.

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The “Lemonade” singer blessed our feeds with this photoshoot in November 2019. Nakia Collins gave Queen Bey the long wavy locks of our dreams.



Beychella will go down in history as being one of the best performances ever. (You can even watch everything that lead up to the iconic performance on Netflix’s Homecoming!) Beyoncé’s hair was a key player, and Kim Kimble killed this look.

Gala Galore


Neal Farinah styled Yoncé for the Shawn Carter Foundation Gala, and he did not disappoint! Those waves!

Curly Cover


Working again with Kim Kimble, Beyoncé’s short, curly ‘do looked beautiful paired with her athluxury (we made it up!) look on the cover of ELLE magazine in March 2016.

Super Blonde Sunday


Flat ironed to perfection, Neal Farinah’s hairstyling looked perfect as the singer enjoyed Super Bowl LIV with her family.

Birthday Boss


Nakia Collins came through once again when she styled Beyoncé’s hair for Diddy’s 50thbirthday party in December 2019. The day may have been for Diddy, but Bey was the talk of the town in her black gown and voluminous locks.

Wet & Wild Blonde Bob


Kim Kimble doesn’t come to play! The hairstylist gave Beyoncé her iconic short and textured bob at the 2014 Grammy Awards for the singer’s performance of “Drunk in Love.” We’ll have what she’s having!

History Making High Pony


One look from the queen that we will never forget! Styled by Neal Farinah, the singer’s 2015 Met Gala “naked dress” look was complete with this perfect high pony.

Lion Queen


For the premiere of the live action remake of The Lion King, Kim Kimble brought back the braids. Pulled back into a low pony, the hairstyle brought out Beyoncé’s beauty and paid homage to traditional African hair braiding techniques.

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