Most characters have hair
. But some (usually of a supernatural ilk) have hair that is either composed of flames, or simply takes the form of a fire on the individual's head. Usually an indicator of villainy
. This is a form of Elemental Hair
who are literal Fiery Redheads
See also Hot Wings
. Often a part of Burning with Anger
. If extended to the entire body it becomes Wreathed in Flames
Anime and Manga
- Lordgenome, who is normally bald and goatee'd, sprouts a fine head of flame during his fight with Simon in Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. His Spiral Power's Battle Aura is red, and he's got such tremendous amounts of it that the Flaming Hair effect appears whenever he gets serious. He isn't the only one who can do this, but he's the only one whose Battle Aura focus is on his (former) hair. Played Up to Eleven at the movie, where he gets serious enough to do interstellar travel on foot, and so he gets the Godiva Hair effect with his flaming pubic hair.
- In DieBuster, physics-breaking Exotic Manuever normally manifests as bright blue light from the forehead, but when Lal'C gets really, teleport-a-gas-giant's-core-and-smash-it-into-your-face level serious it goes beyond that and her hair turns into a blue-white flames. Similar effect is constantly in effect for Buster Machine #7 in active form. Dix-Nieuf, after consuming the degeneration engine, manifests the flames through his cloak.
- In Shakugan no Shana, Shana's hair, while normal in shape, is colored like a blazing flame with ember-like sparks flying off. It's even part of her title. The same applies to Mathilde Saint-Omer, the previous Flame-Haired Blazing-Eyed Hunter.
- Burner the Fire Demon from Yaiba. His colleague Rain sports what can be called "Watering" Hair.
- Akari's Magical Girl form in Il Sole penetra le Illusioni. While everyone gets giant hair when they transform, none of the others get anything quite as cool.
- In Fairy Tail, Flare Corona fights with Prehensile Hair, and she can set it on fire for extra damage.
- DC Comics has Firestorm.
- Marvel Comics has Frankie Raye. And then of course there's Jean Grey who sometimes has flaming hair when she's all Phoenix-y.
- DC's aptly named Fire has hair ON green fire. Her DC Animated Universe counterpart had hair OF green fire when powered on.
- Starfire from Teen Titans is occasionally drawn with her hair dissolving into fire. This did not extend to her cartoon version.
- Marvel's Magma, when fully lit, has hair of fire.
- Firelord, and Nikki from the original Guardians of the Galaxy. According to The Handbook Of The Marvel Universe, Nikki's hair only looks like flame. Though some artists didn't seem to realize that. Following a sequence in the comic where she was swimming and clearly shown as bald, the letters page said the Handbook was in error.
- An obscure Aquaman foe, Karla Fire-Hair, had this as her power, which conveniently worked underwater.
- Doctor Strange villain Dormammu has a head entirely cased in flame. It seems to be the 'crown' worn by the rulers of the Dark Dimension; when Clea was empress she had a flame over her hair.
- DC Comics' Waverider from Armageddon 2001, who also shows up in Zero Hour!: Crisis In Time.
- Traveler Smurf, the Expy of DC Comics' Waverider from Empath: The Luckiest Smurf, appears in "Smurfed Behind: The Departure" with what appears to be flaming hair.
- Fire Witches in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles have this trait when they're using their powers, or when they get annoyed.
- In the Ravirn series, the Fury Tisiphone has flaming hair.
- In The Quest of the Unaligned, Laeshana's hair has a tendency to spark when she gets angry or excited.
- The fire jinn in Fancy Apartments, Tisa, has flaming eyes and hair when she's in jinn mode.
- Pink's wife in The Wall has this, during the Trial Sequence.
Religion and Mythology
- The long-faced alien looming over the playfield in The Atarians has this.
- Kirby (from Kirby Super Star et. al.) with the Fire power. Ice Kirby is either an icy variant or he is wearing a crown of ice. Water Kirby is a watery variant.
- The Zombie Demon Pirate LeChuck has a beard of flame in The Curse of Monkey Island.
- Pokémon: Chimchar, Infernape, Magmar, Magmortar, Ponyta, Rapidash, and Emboar.
- Ares from God of War has burning hair and a beard. As does Hermes in God Of War III.
- There are a number of items on Gaia Online that include a fire hair option. Elemental Hair, Sol's Sunglasses, and Twister the Fire Phoenix, to name a few.
- The tops of Magma Man (Mega Man 9) and Fire Man's (Mega Man 1) heads is on fire. Mega Man X 6's Blaze Heatnix has hair on fire.
- Needles Kane from Twisted Metal
- Archons in fire form in Dungeon Siege III have this.
- Manpuku from Ōkamiden. Chibiterasu can even use the flaming hair as a source of fire via the Inferno brush technique.
- Kid Icarus: Uprising has Twinbellows, a Hellhound with flaming hair. Hades also has a head of flaming hair.
- Dickson and Christie from Sigma Harmonics.
- Demise from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword has billowing flaming hair, and even flaming sideburns.
- Hothead from Speed Runners has this kind of hair, although it's debatable if it's natural or if he sets his head on fire.
- The Global Guardians PBEM Universe had Heatwave, a Playboy Centerfold (she was Miss March, 1992) who was also a mutant with control over fire. During her photo-shoot for the magazine, she kept her hair... including her pubic hair... "aflame" as part of a disguise.
- Gaia Online has many examples.
- Danny Phantom:
- Dark Danny has fiery white hair. Which actually came back to bite him when it blew up the gas tanker Danny threw him into.
- Ember McLain.
- Skulker. In fact, part of his description on Butch Hartman's website is "His hair is on fire! And he doesn't even care!"
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold had flame-haired Firestorm's origin story as an episode.
- Static Shock has Hotstreak, whose hair looks even more like it might light on fire in the updated version of the intro theme - it's a common joke amongst the fandom to explain his newer hairstyle by Hotstreak now using flammable hair spray.
- Mandie from Fairly OddParents can light her hair on fire.
- Aku in Samurai Jack sports flaming eyebrows and matching beard.
- Flame Princess from Adventure Time, except when it's wet.
- Flain from Mixels...though to be more specific, it's his brain that's on fire, and it burns even harder when he thinks too hard.