Cardi B: Why does fetus Cardi B have lashes that look as if they’re seconds away from plunging to their death?
Cardi B: It’s amazing what quality lash extensions and hair can do.
Joe Keery: Those wavy, tousled locks belong in a shampoo ad.
Joe Keery: We get that he might be trying out every popular hair look in the ‘80s, but the line is drawn at a bowl cut — and with awkward bangs, to boot.
Harry Styles: We’d (gladly) get lost in his full, luscious mane.
Harry Styles: How is it that boys with the most beautiful hair think it’s okay to butcher their locks? Someone explain, please.
Bella Hadid: The model’s signature dark locks provide a stark contrast to her baby blues.
Bella Hadid: Though we can’t say we mind this sunshine hue either.
The Weeknd: Whether it’s a goatee or stubble, the singer-songwriter has always rocked facial hair incredibly well.
The Weeknd: ... until he decided to opt for a moustache, that is.
Charlize Theron: The Internet collectively lost their minds (in a good way) after Charlize debuted cropped, dark locks on the red carpet.
Charlize Theron: Still, it doesn’t quite beat the shockwave felt around the world when she appeared in 2003 film, Monster. While technically not out of her own volition, it’s too big a transformation to pass up. All the awards to her makeup team, we say.
Kristen Stewart: In the good ol’ days of Twilight, K.Stew stuck to a steady diet of smoky lids and nude lips on the red carpet.
Kristen Stewart: Then she discovered bleach; this edgy glo’up, we love.
Dakota Johnson: Her most memorable role to date may have been the meek Anastasia Steele in the 50 Shades trilogy, but it hasn’t done anything to dampen her sunny grin.
Dakota Johnson: Now you see it, now you don’t. The star’s tooth gap closed after she removed her permanent retainer, leaving fans in mourning at the loss of her signature smile.
Victoria Beckham: Yes, that is VB at 18 before she found fame as Posh Spice. Is that a smile with teeth we spy? *Gasp*
Victoria Beckham: She’s still beauty and grace, albeit one whose chompers we’ll probably never see again.
Avril Lavigne: Who else remembers this 2000s icon responsible for bringing neckties and pin-straight tresses back in vogue?
Avril Lavigne: It's no wonder people believe she has been dead for years and replaced by a lookalike.