Musicians have always been a source of envy when it comes to hair, and with the Grammys on Sunday, rock star hair is clearly on our minds. And while we'll never stop gushing over Beyoncé's hair flip and Rihanna 's red carpet antics, we can't help but recall the rocker girl hairstyles that generations of women have been inspired by. We're talking Janis Joplin, Nico, and Tina Turner here. Take a walk down memory lane when you scroll on.
Yeah, mullets were once supercool, and we can thank Joan for that ultra-'70s moment. Those feathered bangs were just the icing on the cake.
Long before the days of hair oils and frizz fighters, Patti Smith made fuzzy hair the height of cool. The next time humidity gets your hair raising, think: WWPSD?
In her heyday, Courtney had grunge girls on their knees with her haven't-washed-in-a-day style.
The Velvet Underground singer had long, center fringe that hung down into her eyes, making her appear aloof — yet still insanely cool — on stage.
Before the Beyoncé hair flip, there was the Tina hair flip . Aside from texture to go crazy for, Tina worked her hairstyle on stage like it was another limb.
Blondie singer Debbie's choppy, peroxide-blond bob would be right on trend with the stars of today.
Sinead O'Connor made the woman-with-a-shaved-head look a thing way before Natalie Portman  in V for Vendetta (and indelible thanks to that photo-ripping incident on Saturday Night Live).
Fire-engine-red boho waves. Need we say more?
Is it just us, or are you kind of wishing you had the hair (and the bone structure) to pull off a high-top fade? Grace took a style popularized by men in the '80s and made it her own. And can we just say, she rocked it.
Say hello to the mother of that bedhead hair you've always wanted. Janis even incorporated her envy-inducing mane into her act, whipping it around as she wailed on stage.