Cher's Changing Looks
See the singer's transformation through the years.
The 18-year-old wore thick bangs and Cleopatra-inspired eye makeup. "I used cake liner that you had to spit into and did a thick line above my lashes and over the hood of my eyelids," she told InStyle. "Garbo did it too, but mine was stark, not subtle."
The bouffant-sporting star launched her seventh solo album, Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves.
Cher and husband Sonny Bono launched trends with The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. "We blew out everybody's envelope," she told People of that time. "Nobody looked like us."
She created a wild style with designer Bob Mackie. "Not too many people can wear what Cher wears," he once told People. Case in point-this multi-hued feather headdress.
She framed her distinctive features with a '20s-inspired bobbed wig.
The mother of two made a TV appearance with low-key braids and natural makeup.
The Black Rose chanteuse worked a punk wig during a visit to London.
She launched her serious acting career with an Oscar-nominated role in Silkwood, but kept her look playful with a bleached Mohawk.
The Mask lead slipped on a pair of dramatic hair accessories for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala.
"As you see, I received my booklet on how to dress like a serious actress," she joked at the Academy Awards. Of the Mackie-designed look, Cher told InStyle: "I was about 10 feet tall with the headdress."
She piled her ringlets into an updo to pick up her Best Actress Oscar for Moonstruck.
Cher channeled Cleopatra for Bob Mackie's Halloween party.
She had a smash hit with her Believe album-and hit the Oscars in a lacy Bob Mackie creation.
She promoted her If I Could Turn Back Time: Cher's Greatest Hits album in a rhinestone-studded platinum wig.
She returned to the Oscars with Gothic curls. "I especially like the hair," she told InStyle of this look. "It's hard coming up with new ideas."
The Living Proof singer wore butter-blond waves to the Q Awards in London.
Feathers and ruby-streaked locks for the Billboard Music Awards.
She premiered Burlesque in a fiery orange wig.
The seemingly ageless star turned 65 on May 20th.
Never one to fade into the background, an afro-sporting Cher presented son Chaz Bono with the Stephen F. Kolzak honor at the GLAAD Media Awards.
The star added fringe bangs to her signature look for Paris Fashion Week.
The ageless star looked rocker-chic at the premiere of The Promise in a conductor's hat, glossy lip, and leather moto jacket.