I think it was part of a series.

  • One female character had hair that changed styles depending on her circumstances or moods.

  • The characters traveled to different places (not time travel but some other way I think).

  • On one of their journeys they found a man in a cryo-unit whom they woke up.

  • Changing hair styles sounds like it was a comic book. Was it? – Mr Lister Sep 6 '14 at 9:37
  • Are you sure you're not thinking of Farscape or Andromeda. Both series had characters (Jools / Beka) with Kaleidoscope hair (allthetropes.wikia.com/wiki/Kaleidoscope_Hair), characters that travel across the galaxy and at least one episode where they find people in cryo-units. – Valorum Sep 6 '14 at 10:00
  • When you say "traveled to different places", are we talking about different countries on Earth? Different planets? Different worlds? Did they travel using some vehicle? Spaceship? Teleportation? – Avner Shahar-Kashtan Sep 6 '14 at 10:19
  • I think they may have travelled to different earths. It definitely wasn't farscape or Andromeda. I don't remember them traveling using vehicles but there may have been a machine thing they went into or stood in. – Lara Sep 7 '14 at 7:39
  • Mr Lister- it was a book I read but I guess the story could have been a comic strip before. – Lara Sep 7 '14 at 7:41

Could it be Peter Hamilton's Naked God series (1996-1999)? It doesn't sound exact, but has all of the elements you listed.

There was a female singer who could change her appearance and hooked up with a re-incarnated Al Capone.

Science fiction story where characters traveled to many different planets.

There are people who go into "zero-tau" pods and wake up for a short time every 20 years or so. I think they were called time travelers or something like that.

  • thanks Salem Lowe. I will google them and see if they are the right books. – Lara Sep 10 '14 at 5:45

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