At the age of 17, Serena gained global recognition in the professional tennis world as a powerful player with her sister Venus. Here, she posed fresh faced after winning the Everet Cup wearing her hair styled in her signature braids and beads.
At the 2000 US Open, Serena Williams wore her hair in a lighter color, and in a braided style. Without the beads, it was an overall more mature look.
At the 2001 Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, Williams wore her honey blond hair in tight, textured braids.
The tennis player began to experiment with her hair and makeup a bit more off the court. At the Rising Stars Gala, she wore bronze eyeshadow, coral blush, and her hair in a new cropped bob.
Celebrating her major win at the Australian Open, the tennis star rocked a simple makeup look with a pop of teal eyeliner on her bottom lashes. She switched up her hairstyle once again, now favoring curly, strawberry blonde extensions with bangs.
Williams wore her honey-colored hair in soft highlights, and complimented the shade with bronzed makeup.
Williams looked mature at the Zac Posen in 2007, thanks to a darker hair color and shorter cut.
Williams turned heads in a simple makeup look with straight, light brown hair at the 17th Carousel of Hope Ball.
Williams looked chic at New York Fashion Week, thanks to sleek, slicked back hair, smoky eyeshadow, rosy cheeks and impeccable contouring.
Williams opted for a dark, bold cat eye while playing at the 2013 US Open. She looked like a complete rockstar with her thick-wavy locks pulled back into a low ponytail, and secured by aNike headband.
At the 2015 Sports Illustrated Sports Person of the Year Ceremony, Williams wore her hair in a wavy chin-length bob with a side swept bang.
Williams' super straight hair at the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party was flawless, and accentuated her enviable bone structure.