Sarah Hyland debuted a new red hair color in a May 19, 2020, Instagram post. "I wanna be where the people are…" #QuaranTINT crew🧜♀️ (I did this all by myself! Very proud ☺️)," she captioned the selfie, referencing a fiery-haired Princess Ariel lyric from Disney's "The Little Mermaid." Like the "Modern Family" actress, many of entertainment's biggest names are quarantining at home amid the coronavirus pandemic and getting used to their temporary new normal — one without professional makeup artists, hairstylists or nail technicians. Keep reading through to see who else is getting an at-home makeover or makeunder…
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"It's been 7 years since I last shaved 🪒 so I decided to surprise [my fiancée] Alizee…" –James Middleton, who posted a video of himself shaving off his beard on Instagram on May 11, 2020, along with the final result
"#quarancolor #roseallday (or until it fades out)" —Sarah Michelle Gellar, who posted this on Instagram on April 29, 2020
"The 'silver lining' is literally growing out of my skull. For all of our frontline and essential workers who are too busy to fuss with things like hair color, I grow mine out in solidarity with you. When I see it, I'm reminded of all you're doing to keep us safe. I'm reminded that you deserve to be taken care of. I'm reminded that any spare time I have shouldn't be spent on vanity, but rather on helping our heroes. I can make 5 masks in the time it would take me to dye my hair. It's a small, silly symbol. Gray hair. Who cares, right? But I hope the nurse or the vet or the store clerk who is feeling tired and overwhelmed knows that it's a visible thing I can show that says 'I'm with you.'" –Hilarie Burton, who posted this pic on Instagram on April 27, 2020
"Sex and the City" alum Chris Noth shared this Instagram selfie on April 20 after he shaved his head at home. "I decided dealing with hair was superfluous during these times of quarantine," he captioned the pic.
New fringe! Bella Hadid took to her Instagram Story on April 20 to reveal that she'd cut her own bangs.
Actor Luke Evans and boyfriend Rafa Olarra, a set designer and art director at Miami Beach's Faena hotel, showed off their matching red-hot new quarantine hair color while getting some exercise with a beach walk on April 10.
Most dramatic haircut ever? After recovering from COVID-19, former "The Bachelor" star Colton Underwood sat down for an at-home haircut courtesy of girlfriend Cassie Randolph. "I let @cassierandolph cut my hair… safe to say she won this battle and I will be wearing a hat for awhile," he captioned this April 10 selfie of the results.
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik posted these before-and-after photos of his lockdown hair transformation on Instagram on April 20 after restrictions on salons were lifted. "I'm probably not the only one who has been a hairdresser today. Fortunately, it is now possible for hairdressers and other smaller companies and stores to stay open on top of a long shutdown. I want to thank everyone for being so readily prepared and for helping keep the wheels going for a period that requires a lot of us all," he captioned the photos.
On a CNN coronavirus town hall on April 16, 2020, Anderson Cooper showed off the bald spot he gave himself while attempting to cut his own hair at home. "Last night I took a razor and buzzed my head and I gave myself a giant bald spot over here," he said on the air. "I thought it was a [level] seven and it was a [level] five."
Who's that man! Armie Hammer showed off his new punk-rock haircut on Instagram on April 15. "Killing the game," he captioned a mirror selfie showing off his new 'do. Before debuting the haircut, Armie also posted a picture of his hair on the floor while holding trimmers. "I'm fine," he said.
"The Bachelor" alums Lauren Burnham Luyendyk and Arie Luyendyk Jr. had some fun with their hair color — she went pink and he went silver — while stuck at home. "[Our daughter] Alessi was napping sooo we did a thing + dyed each others hair lol now @ariejr's really a silver fox," she shard on Instagram on April 12.
Hilary Duff got rid of her signature blonde strands, opting for a turquoise shade. "Yea," she captioned an April 12 selfie, along with a shrugging emoji.
Gabrielle Union let her true looks shine on Instagram on April 3. "When your natural locks appreciate the lock down," she wrote on Instagram, adding the hashtag "Quarantine Natural Hair Chronicles."
Hey, red! Taraji P. Henson swapped her dark locks for a fiery red hue while self-isolating. "COVID 19 got me doing my own glam from head to toe!!!" she wrote on Instagram on April 8, joking, "If this acting thing don't work out I have another plan!" The "Empire" star was especially proud that the products she used were all from her TPH BY TARAJI haircare line.
Jim Carrey is likely to be far bushier by the time the pandemic eases up. The "Kidding" star said he won't touch a razor until the outbreak is over. The actor showed some scruff on his first day of letting it grow. "Day 1. I'm growing a beard until we all go back to work," he tweeted. "I'll post reg pics so you can marvel at the miracle of my meaningless transformation. Normally, I try to stay on the cutting edge of entertainment. Now I shall conquer the uncutting edge." On March 25, he said his "beard growth seems slower in isolation." He added, "Already yearning for the life I had before all the stubble began." See what it looked like by day 49 next…
"Day 49. Rate of facial hair growth: Normal. I'd like to thank my mom Kathleen for giving me just enough human DNA to blend in. Happy Human Host Day!" —Jim Carrey, who posted this selfie showing his quarantine beard on Twitter on May 10, 2020
Caron Daly said his hair was a "wild tumbleweed" and needed some work. "I can't figure out how a dog & a lawn can legally get a haircut before me," he wrote on Instagram, referring to "essential workers." On the "Today" show on April 8, he decided to literally take matters into his own hands and gave himself a haircut. Before the trim, Carson joked, "Well it's a good thing I don't work in television or anything. This should be fine."
With the help of her famous father, Bruce Willis, Tallulah Willis shaved her head on April 7. "You look like Joan of Ark, dude," someone can be heard saying in the background of a video she posted on Instagram.
Talk about a major change! While quarantining, Ariana Grande ditched her signature ponytail, opting instead to show off her curls! "get a load a dis," she captioned her Instagram snap from March 20.
Helen Mirren is going without makeup while in self-isolation — but hoping to use her fresh-faced look for good. "In return for this pic of me literally first thing in the morning, please donate to the intensive care support," she wrote in the caption, adding a link to a fundraising campaign that supports health care workers in England.
Who needs a salon! "Dexter" star Jennifer Carpenter saw her grey hair coming in, so she busted out the hair dye and started the DIY process. "Who knew covering 'silvers' could be so much fun!" she wrote on Instagram on March 31. "Thank you Jacob (AKA coach) for being so patient!" Noting that she usually pays a colorist for this type of thing, she added, "gotta remember to pay myself! Haha"
Mark Wahlberg's new look comes courtesy of his 8-year-old daughter Grace. The actor took to Instagram on March 30 to share a video of himself rocking makeup and orange and purple nails after his at-home makeover. "So 15 days into quarantine now, I'm getting pedicures, manicures and apparently full makeup," he said. Mark later referred to his nails as "a hack job" and asked Grace, "Are you even good at this? Have you ever done this before?" No, she told her dad, no she hasn't.
Ali Wong's quarantine dilemma involves her hair. In fact, it's as if her hair has been speaking to her. "My hair: 'I miss shampoo and water.' Me: 'Tomorrow, I promise.' My hair: 'You've been saying that everyday for the past 10 days,'" she captioned a snap of her wilder-than-usual hair on Instagram. The actress' hair is usually a wavy vision. "I'VE GOT EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL," she later added.
Sarah Silverman's days are getting gray. On March 27, the comedian posted a closeup image of her hair, which is showing a few more unwelcome visitors. "The days are manic. From weeping to dancing to worrying about sick friends to sobbing to playing call of duty and talking s— to the screen like an a–hole. good or bad the greys are on point."
Who's that man? On March 21, "Queer Eye" favorite Jonathan Van Ness shared a selfie that showed him sporting a goatee, a far cry from his signature full-beard look. At the time, he joked, "Don't try new lewks during quarantine." He said he planned to shave because he looked "aghast." A few days later, he delivered on his promise, posting a facial-hair-free pic. He looks unrecognizable. According to JVN, he actually looks like another celebrity. "I look like Weird Al w this no facial hair," the reality TV star said. "He's hot."
Kelly Ripa hasn't been able to get a color touchup to hide her gray roots. "Root watch week one," she joked in the caption on her Instagram Story post.
Blake Shelton is delivering on his promise. As the United States was beginning to quarantine, the singer said he was going to bring back his legendary mullet hairstyle as a way of uniting the country. On March 26, he showed that he was serious, sharing a quick video of the progress. "Quarantine mullet update 3/26/2020…," he said, adding that his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, has decided to take it to the next level: stripes.
Before revealing she tested positive for the coronavirus, country singer Kalie Shorr was seeing things in color. The singer, who's usually blonde, posted a photo of her new 'do on March 27. "I dyed my hair purple, made a photo wall, and I can't stop listening to Arctic Monkeys," she said. "Quarantine has turned me into the Tumblr girl of my 2012 dreams."
Riz Ahmed's hair is no longer a hassle for him — he shaved it off while self-isolating. "Anyone else do a #Stayhome haircut that got outta hand?" he captioned a few selfies. "Least now it feels like there's someone else here when I look in mirror."
While at home quarantining, Pink wondered why she actually paid people to cut her hair, believing it was a simple task. "When I drink, I get really, really brilliant ideas," she said in an Instagram video. The singer said she picked up a razor and started going to work, but she then showed a chunk of hair missing. "What do you think? A good look? I think I'm looking pretty good" she added, joking that she looks like Charlize Theron or Alyssa Milano. In ending her video, she said, "Stay safe, stay home. Cut your own hair, screw it." She captioned her video, "Hair cuts and drinking. Quarantine diaries."
Carey Hart and Pink's daughter took the sheers to the motocross star's head, and it resulted in a shaved head. "Send help. I'm losing it!!! #FullMetalQuarantine," the father of two captioned images of his new 'do.
Kevin Hart has spoken about his gray look on social media for several days. He first bemoaned his look to Ellen DeGeneres on a FaceTime call. He then addressed the issue on Instagram. "I was just a frequent dyer," he said, noting that since he's not working because of the pandemic, he's letting his grey hair shine. He even started using the hashtag "Grey Hair Don't Care."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Teddi Mellencamp's self-isolating is taking its toll on her look, she says. "Quarantine Day 12 and it looks like my hair and nails have received the memo to social distance themselves from me – after chatting with my girls I realized I am not the only one," she wrote on Instagram on March 24, adding that she wants to start an online movement called the "hot mess root and nail challenge."
Tamera Mowry's dark locks are changing colors while quarantining, and the actress isn't doing anything to stop it. "Hello grays," she captioned an Instagram snap. "No getting my hair done during #socialdistancing, and I'm okay with it!"
While in quarantine, Ricky Martin first dyed his hair pink at the request of his son. A few days later, he buzzed off his hair.