You Won't Believe How Much Justin Bieber's Hair Has Changed

Justin Bieber has spent the past 10 years of his life in the spotlight, starting at age 14. That about covers his formative adolescent years, which is a difficult stage in life for anyone, let alone someone whose every move and young-love fling is being documented by the media.

Bieber, who is now engaged to be married, hasn’t had it easy, but he has managed to sell an estimated 100 million records over the course of his career so far. That makes him one of the world’s best-selling music artists of all time — and that’s a pretty remarkable accomplishment.

But Bieber’s catchy hits aren’t the only thing that's earned him his A-list status. He’s also found himself the object of Beatles-level hysteria, thanks to his adoring fanbase of diehard Beliebers. No matter his hair color — or his occasionally questionable aesthetic choices — his Beliebers are always behind him. And the singer has indeed changed up his look countless times over the years, from the side-swept bangs of his early fame to today’s more grown-up (and grown-out) look.

Consider this something of a Bieber beauty retrospective — a tribute to his trademark fringe, those platinum days, and everything in-between.

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A starry-eyed Bieber and the side-swept hair that quickly became his signature: This is the face of the 15-year-old YouTube sensation that won hearts all over the world.
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A few months later, the singer added a statement hair accessory to distract from his grown-out bangs.
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Bieber sported fashion glasses — without any lenses at all! — during his 2010 emo phase.
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Here, Bieber began the transition from his overgrown bangs to a slightly shorter, more face-framing fringe.
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And he went even shorter later that year, revealing a set of brows that never should have been covered in the first place.
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At this point, Bieber had fully traded out the boyish bangs for an edgier, spiked look.
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A deep, slicked-back side-part and well-groomed brows gave Bieber a classic movie star vibe in 2011.
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Bieber embraced his bangs yet again, but this time dressed up his look with black earrings and a gold chain.
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Caught between his classic face-framing style and his slicked-back spiky look, Bieber landed somewhere in the middle later that year.
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The singer opted for silver earrings this time, and gravitated to the spiked look once again.
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Though we can't be sure he contoured this night, he did show off his chiseled cheekbones with this Zoolander pose.
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If there’s one thing that Bieber has stayed true to over the years, it’s his excellent eyebrows.
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Bieber went all out for this premiere of his movie Believe, letting his mustache stubble and oversized sunglasses steal the show.
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A clean-cut Bieber looked glowing and seriously grown-up with shorter, impeccably styled hair.
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In a bold move for the singer, Bieber switched up his style by dyeing his hair platinum blond.
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But it didn't last long. A few months later, Bieber was back to his dark-blond roots and messy-on-purpose vibe.
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With his upper-lip stubble still intact, Bieber attended his Comedy Central roast in a navy suit and slicked-back hair.
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At the Met Gala that year, Bieber proved that he's still the king of perfectly coiffed hair.
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With his hair tucked away under an oversized black hat, his brows and glowing skin immediately take center stage.
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Perhaps the edgiest 'do in his repertoire yet, this piece-y, highlighted style would inspire internet memes for months to come.
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But he soon returned to his trademark gelled-back look.
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The singer paired his longer, side-swept locks with a seemingly permanent expression of concern.
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This time, Bieber grew out his chin hair to match his mustache — and instantly looked more mature.
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Bieber went for the bleached effect, which made his darker brows the contrasting focal point. (And very on trend, we might add.)
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In a controversial move that upset many, Bieber stepped out wearing locs. His hairstylist Florido said: "We still have the dreads, though now we might try to [sell] them for a charity."
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During his Purpose tour, Bieber wore his shortest hair look yet.
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Bieber made a brief return to his OG hairstyle: darker blond, with bangs to boot. It’s like 2010 all over again.

Bieber, fully embracing his bad-boy status, opted for a distinctly ‘90s look in 2017, complete with a neck tattoo and bleached-blonde buzzcut.
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Later in the year, Bieber said bye-bye to the bleached life, attending the PGA Championship with dirty-blonde hair — plus a mustache and goatee.
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At the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game back in February, the Biebs showed off a longer, blonder, shaggier hairstyle — styled with a sweatband, because why not.
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In April, we saw the same messy blonde 'do.
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And this summer, with the news of his engagement, Justin Bieber stepped out hand-in-hand with his fiancé, Hailey Baldwin, rocking a bright blonde bob and a backwards baseball hat.
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