Halle Berry is known for many things -- but especially her dynamic array of hair looks.
The actress recently celebrated her 56th birthday by posting a photo of herself wearing small hoop earrings, a black lace top and a head full of gorgeous gray curls.
She captioned the alluring image, "Feeling so much gratitude and love on this birthday! Wow!"
Berry's birthday selfie received plenty of love from fans, who liked the photo more than 200,000 times and left thousands of endearing comments.
Award-winning filmmaker and producer Ava DuVernay commented on Berry's post. "Blessings on your birthday, Queen," she wrote.
Executive producer and Emmy Award-winning host Tamron Hall also chimed in writing, "Whew!!!! Incomparable. HBD."
Berry has been having fun with her personal style with lately. On Aug. 6, she posted a photo of herself rocking vibrant purple curls and a sheer black top. "I know I look like I'm doing nothing but my hair is quite busy," she wrote in the caption, along with a crying laughing emoji.
In several images earlier this month, Berry was seen with platinum blonde ringlets. Prior to that, she wore her platinum hair straight, often with colorful statement earrings to top off her look.
After years of sticking to her signature dark pixie cut, Berry began playing around with her hair, showcasing everything from blunt cuts to voluminous naturally textured curls and everything in between.
She's also shown off silvery strands in the past for different roles, red carpets and more.
The actress has also been quick to defend her past styles with a lighthearted approach.
Earlier in April, a Twitter user posted a throwback image of Berry wearing her hair in a billowing bob-pixie cut (which, according to Allure, is now known as the "Bixie" and is once again popular), captioning it, "Halle looks like she about to sing 'a single mom who works too hard, who loves her kids and never stops'" -- a reference to the 2001 Reba McEntire song, "I'm a Survivor."
McEntire famously wore her hair in a similar style in the late '90s and early 2000s.
Berry later shared the post to her own timeline, adding, "… and what about it?" along with a crying laughing emoji.