In stark contrast to her blonde locks, Theron worked a dark Louise Brooks-style bob for the film "The Yards".
During her "Cider House Rules" period, the star embraced this old school Hollywood hairstyle: a shapely, full-bodied bob.
Starlit and centre stage, Theron looks feathered and fabulous as she owns this rock-and-roll-inspired look during the "Italian Job" photocall at the 2003 Deauville Film Festival.
This dark brown, velvety up-do with an asymmetrical side part certainly made an impact at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The "Mad Max: Fury Road" star boldly buzzed her head for the post-apocalyptic role. According to Theron, the hair transformation couldn't have come at a better time. "I had just finished two press tours and my hair was destroyed from the heat damage, so I was glad to get rid of it."
At the 85th Annual Academy Awards, Theron wore her blonde pixie crop with a side-part, emphasizing her phenomenal cheekbones and jawline.
Theron steps out at the premiere of "A Million Ways to Die in the West" with an icy blonde bob curled to perfection. Her dazzling Cartier earrings top off the glamourous look.
Charlize Theron fashioned a straight bob with thick side-swept bangs as she posed for photos at the Four Seasons Hotel in L.A. for the premiere of "Kubo and the Two Strings."
Theron arrived at the 25th Annual Elle Women in Hollywood Celebration with a textured blonde updo, heightened by a tousled mini-bouffant in the front.
Charlize Theron is not afraid of switching up her roles and the same goes for her hair. According to Theron's hair stylist, the actress asked that her hair be dyed dark brown and chopped just hours before attending the Academy Awards.