Hair is often a symbol of rock ‘n roll. I mean Alice Cooper, Bret Michaels, the list goes on. And they didn’t call the era of Glam Rock the era of Hair Bands for nothing. While Ozzy Osbourne’s most notable project, Black Sabbath, came a little before that time and definitely had a heavier sound, you can’t deny the rocker has always had some epic hair. And Sharon Osbourne thinks so too.
Sharon took to Twitter earlier today to share an epic photo of Ozzy Osbourne’s hair evolution through the years. You can even spot one of the staples of his wardrobe nowadays: the circled glasses.
Check it out:
The evolution of hair 💇🏻♂️…. pic.twitter.com/wD6BzXQvXz— Sharon Osbourne (@MrsSOsbourne) January 7, 2022
Fans flocked to comment on the tweet and only had positive things to say. One fan even joked about his luscious locks saying, “I feel like Mr. Ozzy and Jennifer Aniston are in the same Good hair club.”
@mary23305279 then added: “He’s still pretty hot Sharon!”
The photoset even left some of his other more notable looks out.
Through the years, Ozzy has rocked everything from a full-on buzz cut to a wicked perm.
Sharon Osbourne Talks About Her Own Hair Journey
Although Sharon Osbourne’s exit from “The Talk” was rife with drama, there were some segments from the show which she did seem to enjoy. One of these segments actually focused exclusively on Sharon’s hair. Just like her rocker partner, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon’s hair has been a staple of her look over the years. In fact, she dyed it that signature bright red for over 18 years.
Sharon started the segment by joking that it must have been a “slow news day.” She then debuted an all-gray look for the first time in almost two decades. When asked how Ozzy Osbourne responded to the change, Sharon revealed that he liked to compare her to Meryl Streep’s character in “The Devil Wears Prada.”
The more natural look didn’t last long, though, and she eventually went back to her signature cherry ‘do saying:
“I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror, and I’m like, ‘Nah, you look like Grandma Clampett.’ I thought to myself, ‘Nah, I’m changing it back,’ and that’s what I did.”
(This references Irene Ryan’s notable character from “The Beverly Hillbillies.”)
A New Business Venture
Although several stars have come to the realization that NFTs are “not something they need to do,” Ozzy Osbourne apparently says full steam ahead with virtual bats. And lots of ’em. Sharon Osbourne shared his new business venture on Twitter recently.
You can catch that here: