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The 30 Most Iconic Celebrity Hairstyles of All Time

Farrah Fawcett's Waves

Farrah Fawcett reached the peak of her popularity in the 1970s, and her feathered hairstyle certainly helped. Her stylist achieved this insane level of volume by cutting plenty of layers, using a blow dryer and an ozone-destroying amount of hairspray (otherwise known as a "blowout"), but the look was worth it. It's now one of the most recognizable celebrity styles, and, when done right, it still looks pretty stunning on those who can pull it off!

"The Farrah" has been recreated many times throughout recent TV and film, but no one pulls it off the way Farrah did.

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Diana Ross's Afro

With the natural hair look growing in popularity every year, we would not be surprised to see many women rocking the fro that Diana Ross made famous. This look is sophisticated with a touch of rock and roll!

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Audrey Hepburn's High Chignon

Audrey Hepburn’s character in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Holly Golightly, wore a high chignon that became a quintessential Audrey look. It’s simpler than it appears; you could easily pull it together with a hair tie and some pins!

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James Dean's Quiff

James Dean was known for his stoic, dreamy expressions. He was also quite famous for his picture-perfect hairstyle: the quiff. This somewhat tousled style symbolized teenage rebellion in his day, but it is the height of refinement and class now. 

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Brigitte Bardot's Bedroom Hair

This French actress popularized the messy half-updo in the 1960s, which was quite a contrast to the sleek styles of previous decades. It’s perfectly imperfect with tons of volume and flyaways.

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Marilyn Monroe's Blonde Curls

Most people don’t know that Marilyn Monroe wasn’t a natural blonde. Her golden curls were achieved by using a large barrel curling iron. Later, she would tousle the curls. It’s a look that never goes out of style!

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Humphrey Bogart's Slicked Back 'Do

In the first half of the 20th century, men’s hairstyles were limited to being short and uniform. Humphrey Bogart defied expectations and rocked the slicked back hairdo. It was just bold enough to make a statement, and the same holds true today!

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Mia Farrow's Pixie Cut

After Mia Farrow and her adorable pixie cut starred in Rosemary’s Baby, women went crazy for this spunky style. What makes this cut even better is that Mia revealed she actually cut her hair by herself!

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Bob Marley's Dreadlocks

When you think of reggae music, Jamaica, and dreadlocks, who else comes to mind but Bob Marley? Dreads existed before Bob Marley and they still exist now, but no one will ever rock this style better than the iconic musician! 

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Jennifer Aniston & "The Rachel"

Jennifer Aniston’s haircut on Friends became one of the most requested female haircuts of the ‘90s. However, Jen herself said that she thought it was one of the ugliest haircuts she had ever seen! 

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Bruce Lee's Bowl Cut

Who would have guessed that Bruce Lee would be the one to inspire an entire generation to embrace the bowl cut? No matter what you think of this hairdo, you can’t deny that it’s iconic! 

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Veronica Lake's Peek-A-Boo Bangs

Veronica Lake singlehandedly popularized the peek-a-boo bangs trend after her bangs fell over her eye during a photoshoot. Men and women were completely enamored by this look. It remains a sultry choice to this day! 

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Kurt Cobain's Shaggy Hair

Kurt Cobain’s long, scruffy hair perfectly symbolized his easygoing personality and lifestyle. This hairstyle became one of the coolest ‘dos of his time!

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Shirley Temple's Ringlet Curls

Shirley Temple is known for being one of the greatest child stars of all time, and one of her most memorable features was her flawless, ringlet curls. She rocked this look in classics like The Little Princess and Bright Eyes. We hope this style comes back soon! 

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David Bowie's Side-Parted Mop

David Bowie was known for pushing the envelope and exploring new types of music and fashion. One of his most well-known styles was the side-parted mop. This style can be swept back or left to fall on the face, which gives the wearer plenty of options. 

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Slash's Long Curls

Slash has had his long, black curls his entire career and doesn't plan on getting rid of them. He's also known for his signature hat and cigarette (even though he stopped smoking a few years ago). 

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Grace Jones's Box-Fro

The box-fro was a popular hairstyle in the '70s and '80s for men, but Grace Jones made the look truly iconic by giving it an androgynous interpretation that inspired both men and women to adopt the cut.

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Bob Ross's Afro

You might remember Bob Ross from his well-loved television series, The Joy of Painting, along with his signature afro. What you might not know is that it was a perm! Ross started getting his hair permed to save money on washes and haircuts when he was a young, struggling artist. He hated the hairstyle and only kept the 'do to keep his personal brand strong. 

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Jackie Kennedy's Bouffant

First Lady Jackie Kennedy was a style icon known for her classic fashion choices. Her famous hairdo was a staple and she was often seen rocking the elegant, voluminous hairstyle. 

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Cher's Long, Black Hair

Cher has always had long, jet-black hair that inspired her fans to adopt the same look. She got bangs in the '60s and has also been known to put dramatic curls in her hair, but the length and color have always been a part of her classic image. 

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Betty Paige's Bangs

Known as the "Queen of Pinup," Betty Paige's look wasn't complete without her shiny black hair and fringe bangs. The look inspired many fans to get the same hairstyle as the confident, beautiful model. 

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Donald Trump's Toupee

Donald Trump's look isn't complete without his signature blond toupee, even before he became the president of the United States. The celeb-turned-politician isn't exactly imitated for his hairstyle, but he's certainly known for it!

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Amy Winehouse's Beehive

Amy Winehouse got her iconic hairdo from the classic Beehive look that was popular in the '60s. Winehouse pairs the impossibly tall hair with dramatic eyeliner to achieve her signature look. 

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Ariana Grande's High Ponytail

For Ariana Grande, she wouldn't dare be spotted without her high-and-tight ponytail that she's become known for. Before that, her previous jobs at Disney required the singer to dye her hair often, resulting in permanent damage. Grande keeps her hair up to hide the destruction. 

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Elvis Presley's Pompadour

Elvis Presley was a heartbreaker, an inspiration, and an extremely talented musician. His classic look always had shiny, perfectly styled hair that made women want him and men want to be him. 

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Lucille Ball's Up-Do

Fans loved Lucy for more than just her acting skills. She was funny, assertive, and a style icon for the women in the '50s. Her red, curly up-do and the classic red lip were imitated by fans everywhere. 

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Justin Timberlake's Ramen Noodle Hair

Justin Timberlake has been a heartthrob since his days in the band NSYNC. One thing no one will ever let him forget is that curly, bleached tips hairstyle that ended up looking like a packet of ramen noodles. Luckily, he changed his look, but he will forever be remembered for this iconic, hilarious hairstyle. 

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Tina Turner's Big & Wild 'Do

The wigs Tina Turner donned during the '80s all had one thing in common; they were big and wild! Tousled, voluminous locks that bounced around with the singer's dance moves became her iconic look and added to her fun and feisty image. 

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Molly Ringwald's Bob

Molly Ringwald was an '80s film icon, known for films like The Breakfast Club. Her bright red, wavy bob became part of her image and she rocked it for most of her career.

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Victoria Beckham's Bob

Victoria Beckham, who was Posh Spice in the English pop group Spice Girls, was a sassy and high-fashion icon for much of the '90s and '00s. Her signature hairstyle was a fierce, angled bob that made her look catwalk-ready at all times. 

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