14 of Cardi B's most unforgettable hairstyles
From bubblegum pink bows to printed ponytails
By Delaney Loane
Digital Beauty Editor / September 23 2020
Cardi B is a lot of things – artistic genius, meme queen and the reason we've all been blessed with the WAP dance to name a few. Wallflower, however, she is not – she loves a statement look.
Because while her natural hair is downright gorgeous (and she has a few hacks up her sleeve for keeping it at its very glossiest), there's no denying her wig collection is in a class of its own, and she loves showing it off in the form of an array of adventurous mane moments.
She's rocked every colour from grey to green, and her styles are often even more unforgettable than her shades (especially in the case of her latest look).
We've rounded up the best and boldest moments from Cardi B's hair history; get ready for a rainbow-hued ride down memory lane.
It's like Cindy Lou Who met Valentine's Day Barbie and they teamed up to create the wildest (and most iconic) style of all time.
Even when rocking her natural colour, Cardi often still switches up her style. We love this jet-black crop on her; very Kris Jenner.
My Little Pony, but make it chic. This summery sunset shade mix has to be one of our absolute favourites on her.
With space buns on either side and a fuchsia chunk of fringe in the centre, this look is wild, but it works.
This look was solely lime at first sight, but the kaleidoscope of colours beneath was revealed with a flawlessly-executed hair flip.
This flaming orange-red moment gives a whole new meaning to 'putting a ring on it'. Bonus points for the braids, too.
Bubblegum pink and a bow? You can't get much sweeter than this statement style, and the cotton candy colour is gorgeous against her skin tone.
Well, would you look at that; it's the hair colour equivalent of a chocolate, caramel and vanilla sundae. Deliciously good.
No need to ever fear going grey when it looks this fresh; Cardi matched her mane to her jewels with this icy silver shade.
Another ridiculously good rainbow situation, this time with fairy floss as the top hue and a purple-blue-green-yellow gradient layered underneath.
The colour may be natural, but the beehive-shaped pearl atop her topknot ensures even her more natural looks are anything but ordinary.
Whoever said the whole thing about 'blue and green never being seen without a colour in between' has officially been proven wrong.