When you think of Black beauty icons, Zendaya probably comes to mind. The 24-year-old Euphoria star is best known for her signature full brows and flirty top knots, but has slayed everything from a two-tone mullet (with a notable tail) to a moody ombre lip. In fact, she’s so iconic that a Barbie doll was made in her likeness of her insanely gorgeous faux loc look at the 2015 Oscar Awards.
Ahead, click your way through the Spider-Man star’s most stand-out red carpet looks over the past decade of her career.
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Zendaya looked fresh-faced mere months before Shake It Up stardom hit with a glossy pink lip and loose curls.
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One year later, she rocked matching peachy blush and gloss, graphic liner, lightly filled-in brows, and looser curls at the Shake It Up Panel during Disney’s D23 Expo.
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Later that year, the singer/dancer/actress straightened her tresses and opted for a light fuscia lip.
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Neutral pink makeup and bouncy curls gathered to one side were the highlight of Zendaya’s look at the 43rd NAACP Awards. Pin curls gave the look a sophisticated finishing touch.
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Zendaya’s swooped bang tucked into a sleek ponytail added an elegant twist to a simple style at the premiere of Sparkle.
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The gunmetal eyeshadow and teased ponytail gave this look a rocker chic vibe.
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Short hair, winged liner, and bright fuscia lips were the core of Zendaya’s ensemble at the 40th American Music Awards.
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How could you not love Zendaya’s signature twisted top knot and subtle makeup?
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Zendaya’s sleek ponytail and neon pink lip made a splash at the Radio Disney Music Awards.
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An orange-red lipstick was traded in for her usual range of pinks at Zendaya’s Planet Hollywood handprint ceremony.
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The “Replay” singer’s waist length hair stood out against subtle white shadow and a soft pink lip at the American Music Awards.
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Blunt bangs and lighter brown hair paired well with a red lip at Nickelodeon’s Annual Kids’ Choice Awards.
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Zendaya stayed on-brand with sleek hair, defined brows, and a statement lip for the Pre BET Awards Dinner.
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All neutral makeup with a high placed top-knot gave off a subtle, glam energy at the premiere of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
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Voluminous curly hair, ombre brown lips, and a delicate septum piercing divulged from the multi-hyphenate’s usual understated hair and bold lip.
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A choppy pixie, smoky eye, and moody ombre lips stole the show at the 57th Grammy Awards.
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Zendaya’s two-tone faux locs were the center of attention at the Oscar Awards. Barbie later created a doll of her in the exact same look.
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Only a select few can pull off a bowl-cut bob, and one of those people is Zendaya. The subtle green eyeshadow in the inner corner adds a rocker-esque vibe to the otherwise understated makeup.
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Wet, black, wavy hair continued Zendaya’s theme of rocker, edgy energy from the beginning of the year.
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A choppy bob with equally choppy bangs was the focal point of this look at The Art of Elysium Heaven Gala.
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Zendaya brought ’80 vibes to the 58th grammy Awards with a blonde and brown mullet.
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The curly bob, slanted side part, and bold brows scream timeless glam.
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Zendaya’s subtle finger waves and dark smoky eye embodied 1920s beauty at the 27th GLAAD Beauty Awards.
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Zendaya rocked a bowl cut with bronze makeup at the “Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age of Technology” Met Gala.
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Zendaya’s teased fro, bold brows, and matte red-orange pout stole the show at the 2017 “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of the in-Between” Met Gala.
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Olive green eyeshadow and winged liner balanced out Zendaya’s bouncy bob.
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A rounded fro and spiky lower lashes screams ’70s era Diana Ross.
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Zendaya stole the show at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party with a bun adorned with gold leaves, lush brows, and a bronze smoky eye.
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Zendaya’s red, wavy, wet-styled bob popped against dark brows and pale pink cheeks and lips.
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Wet hair and a purple smoky eye partnered well at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards.
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