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Vintage Celebrity Iconic Hairstyles That Is Still On Style

A portrait of Cher in nude covering  her body with her luxurious hair
A portrait of Cher in nude covering her body with her luxurious hair
If are want a new hairdo that suits you, and found it very confusing which celebrity hair fashion you would follow. Perhaps taking a look on these 16 celebrity iconic hairstyles would be very helpful.


1. Farrah Fawcett

Farrah Fawcett, the bombshell iconic celebrity who played as of Charlie’s Angels had successfully made women  in the 70’s to rush on stores for a blow dryer. The trend began when she advertised the Lady Schick Speed Styler showing her lustrous iconic feathered hair. [Via]

2. Marilyn Monroe


She’s hot! She’s blonde! She’s Marilyn Monroe! This wavy bleached blonde hot woman was the most iconic celebrity in the 50’s, and was entitled as the decade’s Sex Symbol. She successfully played several various motion pictures during her time.  This gorgeous lady once jested, “In Hollywood a girl’s virtue is much less important than hairdo”.

3. Audrey Hepburn


She played the character of Holly Golightly in the film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” wearing a long hair in a high chignon. Audrey Hepburn’s Tiara optional hairdo had been popular not only during her carrier, but also today.


4. Brigitte Bardot


In the 60’s, Brigitte Bardot styled did a Big and Blonde hairdo. She was a French bombshell actress who fashionably made the sexy bedroom hair de riguer, in which Baywatch star, Pamela Anderson owes a great debt.

5. Bo Derek


The celebrity who proved that braids are sexy. Her combined bikini and cornrows fashion made the hairdo to be iconic.

6. Diana Ross

The iconic Afro hairstyle of Diana Ross has became an inspiration of the past decade until the present. In fact, it was channeled on one of Kim Kardashian’s photo shoot.

7. Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow was first seen wore her pixie cut in the 1968 movie Rosemary’s Baby, which was also the time she introduced the iconic Gamine hairstyle. The hairdo became an inspiration to the younger generation of celebrities  that wanted short hairs, such as Anne Hathaway.

8. Joan Jett

The lead singer of the 70’s band the Runaways, Joan Jett. She was also known as the Queen of Rock & Roll, and was the only rockstar who have trendily rocked the mullet.

9. Princess Diana

She was the Duchess of Cornwall who made the iconic hairdo that was layered in a variation pageboy cut of the 80s. Princess Diana’s hairstyle became popular not only in England, but all over the world.

10. Tina Turner


The gravity-defying spiky hairstyle had became trending when the famous artist Tina Turner introduced the hairdo in the ’80s.

11. Madonna


Madonna’s dark-rooted and rocked messy hairstyle made a hair craze during the mid-’80s. Her dirty-cool ‘do that, boldly downtown iconic hairdo is going strong in fashion until today.

12. Julia Roberts


The astonishing star of 1990’s Pretty Woman was the one responsible of doing those bountiful curls hairstyle iconic. Her hair fashion was just right to be the bridge between 1980’s big-hair and the ’90s layered-rocks.

13. Veronica Lake


She was the legendary icon of the ’40s that gave birth to peek-a-boo hairstyle. Veronica Lake’s hair fashion became an inspiration of so many Hollywood celebrities today, such as Megan Fox, Reese Witherspoon and Kate Hudson.

14. Barbara Eden


If you say “high and pert ponytail hairstyle”, Barbara Eden would be the one. She introduced her hairdo at the premiere of 1965’s, “I Dream of Jeannie.

15. Louise Brooks


The Cropped styled with blunt bangs hairdo was given birth by the 1920’s silent actress, Louise Brooks. She created a hair craze she that was oft-copied by other celebrities of her time.



16. Cher


Many stars in the ’60s and ’70s had worn straight and parted down hair fashion, but no one could compare the hairdo of Cher. Simple and elegant, that’s how they described the luxurious hair that fell down to the her waist.




I hope the mentioned celebrities and their iconic hairstyles has become an inspiration. Fashion, like other things also fades away. But some of them remained, and we call it legend!

Neil Patrick

Neil Patrick is one of the authors writing for The Vintage News