There were a slew of badass buzz cuts on the 2017 MTV Movie Awards red carpet, but stars like Cara Delevingne and Amandla Stenberg aren't the first to own the look. Here, a look at at all the female celebrities who've shaved their heads and looked absolutely amazing.
Earlier this year, Amandla Stenberg shaved her head for her role in When Hands Touch. The film is centered around a forbidden love story between an SS officer and a bi-racial girl. She too donned the sheared style at the MTV Movie Awards.
Asia Kate Dillon famously sports a shaved head in her role as Brandy Epps on Orange is the New Black. The actress recently presented the first non-gender specific award to Emma Watson at the MTV Movie Awards.
Cara Delevingne shaved her head for her upcoming role in Life in a Year and lit up the MTV Movie Awards red carpet with a mega-watt platinum hue.
Stewart opted for a shave in order to be "practical" for her role in the forthcoming film Underwater, where she'll play a helmet-clad mechanical engineer. "Oh, my God; it feels amazing," the actress told the TODAY show of the new 'do. "I just want to head bang all day."
Sigourney Weaver shaved off her signature curls for 1992's Alien 3, which was totally fitting for her iconically badass character, Ellen Ripley.
At the premiere of 1997's Playing God, Angelina Jolie showed off this super short cut.
Anne Hathaway famously sheared her hair for her Oscar-winning role as Fantine in Les Miserables.
Model and designer Alex Wek never looks less than perfect, proving that buzz cuts can be beautiful for all occasions.
Amber Rose's platinum blonde buzz cut is so instantly recognizable, she's made it her signature look.
Model, actress, and singer Agyness Deyn enjoyed a lot of attention when she debuted her edgy buzz cut in 2010.
In 2000, Cate Blachett buzzed her hair for her role in the romantic thriller Heaven.
Robin Tunney shaved her hair for her role as Deb in 1995's cult classic Empire Records.
Charlize Theron buzzed her hair to play the infinitely badass Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road. The movie wasn't released until 2015, but it filmed back in 2012, when Theron was regularly spotted out and about, proudly rocking her shaved hair.
In 2005, two years before her star-making turn as Juno, Ellen Page shaved her head for her role in the British film Mouth to Mouth.
Multi-talented singer, actress, and model Grace Jones showed us all how the buzz cut was done way back in the 1970s.
Actress Jean Seberg buzzed her hair in 1957 for her debut role as Joan of Arc in Saint Joan.
Jessie J shaved her hair in 2013 for charity and liked the look so much that she shaved it again in 2015 just because.
Karen Gillan was known for her long red locks on Doctor Who, but she shaved them all off for the chance to play Nebula in 2014's Guardians of the Galaxy.
Olivia Cooke became known for her role on A&E's Bates Motel, but she really made waves in 2014, when she shaved her head to the scalp for Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.
In 1997, Demi Moore became one of the first to ride the recent shave-your-head-for-a-role trend when she buzzed her hair for G.I. Jane.
Sinead O'Connor shaved her hair back in the '80s as a response to record execs who wanted her to grow her hair out and wear mini-skirts. The look suited her so well, it became her signature.
Rose McGowan described shaving her head in 2015 as "liberating."
Ruth Bell had waist-length hair when she shaved it for a McQueen campaign in 2015 and her career took off.
Actress Vanessa Redgrave appeared with a buzz cut in the 1980 TV movie, Playing for Time.
Natalie Portman famously shaved her head during an emotional scene in 2005's V for Vendetta.
Toni Collette shaved her head to play cancer patient Milly in Miss You Already in 2015.