Female celebs who shaved their heads
Willow Smith -
Willow Smith had perhaps the most iconic haircut in history as she buzzed it all off during a live concert on July 16, 2021.
Jada Pinkett Smith - Jada Pinkett Smith showed off her freshly shaved head that same month and cited her daughter as inspiration.
Keke Palmer -
The actress and singer loves to switch up her look. She's had straight hair, braids and has even cut off all her hair!
The singer has been blonde, had pink and purple strands of hair, and has shaved her head as well.
Kristen Stewart - Not only did the actress go for a buzz cut, she also platinum dyed the rest. She did it for her role in the movie 'Underwater.'
Katy Perry - Before going for a pixie cut, the singer emerged with this look.
Amandla Stenberg - The actress went bald for work. Amandla Stenberg chopped her tresses off for the film 'Where Hands Touch.'
Natalie Portman - The actress cut her hair off for the film 'V for Vendetta.'
Agyness Deyn - In 2010, the model debuted a stunning shaved head!
Anne Hathaway - The actress cut her hair for the film 'Les Misérables,' which landed her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2013.
Kate Hudson - The actress shaved her hair off for the film 'Marshall.'
Zoë Kravitz - The famous actress, model, and singer went for a platinum buzz cut and the result was gorgeous!
Miley Cyrus - Shortly after adopting a pixie cut in 2012, Miley Cyrus shaved off the sides of her head and neck, and rocked this hairstyle for a while.
Angelina Jolie -
The actress starred in The Rolling Stones' music video 'Anybody Seen My Baby' with a shaved head.
Cynthia Nixon - The actress went totally bald for the Broadway show 'Wit.'
Cara Delevingne - The British actress and model has rocked a shaved and dyed head recently.
Kris Gottschalk -
Or the model who was featured on the runway for Versace and starred in the summer 2016 campaign for Givenchy.
Karen Gillan - Known for her character Amy Pond in the series 'Doctor Who,' the actress completely shaved her head for the film 'Guardians of the Galaxy.'