Idioms and Phrases with turn one's head
turn one's head
Cause to become infatuated, as in The new teacher turned all the girls' heads. [Mid-1800s]
Cause to become conceited, as in Winning that prize has turned his head. A 16th-century translator of Seneca used this phrase: “His head was turned by too great success” (Ad Lucullus, 1571).