From fearless to folklore.
From the loose curls that came with her debut in 2006 to a brief moment as a bleach blonde in 2016, Swift has frequently used hair and makeup as a means of sending a message about her music.
There's no telling what Swift's newest album, folklore, and the era it ushers in might bring us, but in the meantime, you can revel in the all of her most nostalgic beauty moments, ahead.
When she was just starting out, sun-kissed blonde hair and wavy curls were an essential Swift style.
As time went on, Swift found new ways of wearing her curls. This style, which came around the release of Fearless, featured tighter ringlets pulled into a side ponytail.
Swift would later reinvent her style, ditching her curls for straight, sleek hair and a smoky eye.
Between Speak Now and Red, Swift went with more romantic curls. Her once tight curls were more voluminous and loose, and she wore red lipstick.
Swift again took a break from her beauty norms. In 2013, she wore this slick ponytail. In keeping with her chic hairstyle, she chose a dark, smoky eye.
The era of 1989 came with a much shorter hairstyle. Still wearing her hair in a wavy style, Swift lined her bottom lids with blue liner and rocked rosy pink lips.
Years before the release of Reputation, Swift perhaps gave beauty hints at what was to come. She wore her hair in short ponytail, and added dramatic, dark black eye makeup.
She later played up the beauty drama again, arriving to the Met Gala with bleach blonde hair and black lips.
The pre-Lover era came with a series of playful beauty looks. This look featured lips covered in a pink sheen, and an updo with wispy, loose pieces.
Wearing her hair in an updo that featured intricate braids, Swift went dramatic but playful with her eye makeup. She wore pink winged liner with matching lipstick and purple eyeshadow.
The release of Lover was accompanied with colorful, bright beauty looks. For this look, Swift played off her outfit, wearing red lipstick and wavy hair.