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30 Celebrity Hairstyles We’d Like to See Make a Comeback

Marilyn Monroe's Curled Hollywood Glam

Marilyn Monroe’s platinum bleached-blonde hair is as iconic as the star herself. Her 1940s waves are a classic Hollywood hairstyle. Celebrities like Madonna and Nicole Kidman have replicated Marilyn's glamorous curls in the past.

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Marilyn Monroe’s platinum bleached-blonde hair is as iconic as the star herself. Her 1940s waves are a classic Hollywood hairstyle. Celebrities like Madonna and Nicole Kidman have replicated Marilyn's glamorous curls in the past.

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Shirley Temple’s Ringlets

When young Shirley Temple danced into our screens and hearts, her tightly coiled ringlets caught our attention. Apparently, to achieve the iconic look, her mother Gertrude pinned exactly 56 curls before Shirley went to bed every night. Talk about dedication!

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Jennifer Aniston's "The Rachel"

Everyone and their mother wanted “The Rachel” in the late 1990s. The chin-wrapped layered fringe became a staple in American households because Jennifer’s popular character Rachel wore the style in the early seasons of “Friends.”

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Victoria Beckham's Posh Spice Bob

Victoria Beckham, AKA "Posh Spice," sported a straight bob in the ‘90s. Coupled with her signature bob, dark lips, and pouty lips, her chic style was just as posh as her name in The Spice Girls.

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Grace Jones's Geometric Cut

The box-fro was traditionally a male hairstyle in the ‘70s and ‘80s until Grace Jones revolutionized the hairstyle to be androgynous. Men and women alike began wearing the hairstyle in the ‘80s.

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Twiggy's Mod Hair

Twiggy’s ultra-short pixie cut hair set her modeling career apart from the rest of the cookie-cutter models in the 1960s. At 16 years old, Twiggy had no idea that her trademark hairstyle would put her on the map as one of the most iconic fashion icons in history.

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Farrah Fawcett's “Farrah Flip”

The ‘70s were a time of groovy fashion and Fawcett-inspired hair. Women were still rocking the perfectly feathery ‘do well into the ‘80s, and it rose in popularity internationally. Everyone wanted the “Farrah Flip.”

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Debbie Harry’s Two-Toned Hair

Blondie’s frontwoman Debbie Harry rocked platinum blonde hair and tried to convince everyone in the band to bleach their hair, too. She credited having the brown underlayer to her “inability as a stylist” and was unique for that decade.

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Brigitte Bardot's Teased Hair

Brigitte’s perfectly imperfect tousled mane was the envy of many women in the ‘60s. Her wispy, center-parted bangs and teased-to-the-sky hairstyle helped the actress achieve a timeless look.

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Princess Diana's Side Part

Princess Di was a pioneer not only in her humanitarian work but also her fashion sense. After her stylist faked her short hair for a photo shoot, the “People’s Princess” decided to chop it on a whim! The media picked up on her hair transformation, and women all over began snipping off their long hair.

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Veronica Lake's “Peekaboo” Hairstyle

Old Hollywood royalty Veronica Lake wore her hair with a deep side part, cascading waves, and an S-shaped draped over one of her eyes. Women working in factories during World War II began copying the “Lake Look.” The hairstyle became such a factory safety issue that the government encouraged the star to tie her hair up in the name of patriotism.

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Louise Brooks's “Helmet” Bob

Throughout her acting career, Louise Brooks wore a sleek and shiny, chin-length black bob with an equally sleek fringe. The look was reminiscent of Cleopatra’s hairstyle with a touch of androgyny. The hairstyle has been replicated in various films like “Something Wild” and “Pulp Fiction.”

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Meg Ryan's Shaggy Bob

Meg Ryan’s famous shaggy bob was a total accident! While getting styled on the set of French Kiss in 1995, her hairstylist accidentally singed off part of Meg’s hair while curling it. They hacked into Meg’s hair with scissors to salvage what was left. Luckily, her accidental shaggy hair was such a hit that women were asking for it in salons!

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Halle Berry's Pixie Cut

Halle Berry’s look has evolved over the years, but her pixie cut is unforgettable. In a 2012 interview with HuffPost Style, she said, “I am my best self when I have super short hair. Cutting my hair was freeing.” Her signature hairstyle inspired countless women to make the switch to a pixie ‘do.

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Diana Ross's Voluminous Hair

Together, Diana Ross and her voluminous afro hairstyle embody glamour and unapologetic confidence. Her full-bodied look empowered women to embrace and rock their natural hair.

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Julia Roberts’s Pretty Woman Curls

While starring in 1990 classic flick “Pretty Woman,” Julia Roberts’s hair was big and curly. Her spirited look catapulted her into the public’s eye and solidified her spot in Hollywood.

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First Lady Jackie Kennedy's Bouffant

The First Lady’s work in the White House wasn’t the only legacy Jackie Kennedy left after her passing. Her elegant taste in fashion and beauty captured the hearts of women around the world. Her signature Bouffant style became synonymous with class and sophistication.

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Janet Jackson's “Poetic Justice” Box Braids

The way Janet Jackson wore boxed braids in the 1993 film “Poetic Justice” sparked a trend in the way natural-haired women wore their hair. Her iconic braided hairdo was replicated throughout the ‘90s and 2000s.

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Madonna's Scrunchies

The ‘90s were a hot time for Scrunchies. Madonna popularized the fun accessory by frequently wearing one in her hair. The world went wild for Scrunchies and could be found worn in beloved TV shows like “Full House.”

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Cher’s Long Jet-Black Hair

Waist-length hair and blunt bangs became Cher’s signature look in the mid-‘60s. Together with bell bottom pants and bell sleeves, Cher's long straight hair was the iconic look for hippies.

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James Dean's Rebellious Pompadour

Even though he was an iconic bad boy, James Dean was also a style icon. James Dean sported a free-flowing, textured quiff that looks natural even though it’s carefully combed back with a styling product.

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Even though he was an iconic bad boy, James Dean was also a style icon. James Dean sported a free-flowing, textured quiff that looks natural even though it’s carefully combed back with a styling product.

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Mia Farrow's Choppy Pixie

Mia Farrow is an activist, actress, and former fashion model who made the big chop and wore the iconic pixie cut. According to Farrow, she cut her own hair with a pair of fingernail scissors and even declined a trim from Vidal Sassoon himself for a photo shoot.

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Mia Farrow is an activist, actress, and former fashion model who made the big chop and wore the iconic pixie cut. According to Farrow, she cut her own hair with a pair of fingernail scissors and even declined a trim from Vidal Sassoon himself for a photoshoot.

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Audrey Hepburn's Classic Up-Do

Audrey Hepburn was a film and fashion icon during Hollywood’s Golden Age. While she always had beautiful, perfectly styled hair, this starlet rocked an elegant chignon for her famous role in Breakfast at Tiffanys, and women all across America copied this classic Hepburn hairstyle.

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Audrey Hepburn was a film and fashion icon during Hollywood’s Golden Age. While she always had beautiful, perfectly styled hair, this starlet rocked an elegant chignon for her famous role in Breakfast at Tiffany’s and women all across America copied this classic Hepburn hairstyle.

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Joan Crawford's Curled Magnificence

Joan Crawford, born Lucille LeSueur, this American Actress was a true rags-to-riches story that many people admired and identified with. Her famous cropped bangs, shiny curls, and bold eyebrows continue to inspire actresses and costume designers.

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Joan Crawford, born Lucille LeSueur, this American Actress was a true rags-to-riches story that many people admired and identified with. Her famous cropped bangs, shiny curls, and bold eyebrows continue to inspire actresses and costume designers.

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Rita Hayworth's Envious Waves

Known as “The Love Goddess” in the 1940s, Rita Hayworth was one of the most glamorous and sought-after stars of her time. Her big smile and even bigger hair were copied by many women and actresses. Her soft, voluminous waves would be just as enviable for today’s fashion world.

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Known as “The Love Goddess” in the 1940s, Rita Hayworth was one of the most glamorous and sought-after stars of her time. Her big smile and even bigger hair was copied by many women and actresses. Her soft, voluminous waves would be just as enviable for today’s fashion world.

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Elizabeth Taylor's Curled Classic Bob

Elizabeth Taylor was the epitome of old Hollywood glamour and influenced women’s style choices for many years. Her dark, brunette curls cut short framed her face perfectly. This classic hairstyle could easily fit in today.

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Elizabeth Taylor was the epitome of old Hollywood glamour and influenced women’s style choices for many years. Her dark, brunette curls cut short framed her face perfectly. This classic hairstyle could easily fit in today.

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Bette Davis's Slick Side-Parted Bob

Bette Davis, born Ruth Elizabeth Davis, was one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history with a career that lasted more than 60 years. She had a slick, side-parted bob with curls at the end that many women copied.

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Bette Davis, born Ruth Elizabeth Davis, was one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history with a career that lasted more than 60 years. She had a slick, side-parted bob with curls at the end that many women copied.

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Greta Garbo's Shoulder-Length Waves

Greta Garbo was an Academy Award-nominated actress and style icon, famous for her captivating performances. She was also regarded as one of the most beautiful actresses at the time and many women tried to recreate her looks, such as her famous shoulder-length, soft waves.

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Greta Garbo was an Academy Award-nominated actress and style icon, famous for her captivating performances. She was also regarded as one of the most beautiful actresses at the time and many women tried to recreate her looks, such as her famous shoulder-length, soft waves.

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Bettie Page's Bump Bangs

Bettie Page was known as the “Queen of Pinups” for her jet-black hair, bright blue eyes, and her trademark cropped fringe bangs. Fans idolized Page’s confidence and fearless style and quickly made Bettie Page into a fashion icon.

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Bettie Page was known as the “Queen of Pinups” for her jet-black hair, bright blue eyes, and her trademark cropped fringe bangs. Fans idolized Page’s confidence and fearless style and quickly made Bettie Page into a fashion icon.

 

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Michelle Pfeiffer's Sleek Lob

As one of the most popular actresses of the 80s and 90s, Michelle Pfeiffer inspired fans across the globe. Her classic, sleek bob in Scarface was simple but so glamorous women all across America quickly cut and styled their hair the same way. The simple but chic hairstyle would fit in perfectly today.

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As one of the most popular actresses of the 80s and 90s, Michelle Pfeiffer inspired fans across the globe. Her classic, sleek bob in Scarface was simple but so glamorous women all across America quickly cut and styled their hair the same way. The simple but chic hairstyle would fit in perfectly today.

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