These celebrity hairstyles are overdue for a comeback. The quicker they return, the happier we will be!
The actress was, and still remains, a major style icon. She had many memorable hairdos, but perhaps her hairstyle in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is the one that most people think of first when thinking about Miss Hepburn.
She was a pin-up bombshell who still continues to inspire retro hair and make-up looks. And we can confidently say that her vintage blunt fringe will never, ever go out of style.
Like Audrey Hepburn, Miss Bardot too had her fair share of iconic hairstyles. But it’s the bouffant bun that gets our nod. Whether you are at a party, at the beach, or even adapting it for your bridal look, the bouffant is versatile enough to keep your glamour quotient high.
Her smile and her golden, wavy hair ensured that she would become the face of one of the most iconic posters of all time. If your hair has seriously volume, then Farah Fawcett’s waves is the hairstyle for you.
The undeniable queen of 90’s rom-coms, Meg Ryan and her shag hair gave all of us some serious short-hair goals.
You need confidence to pull off a short hairstyle, and Mia Farrow had confidence aplenty when rocking her cropped hair.
If the crop is too short for your liking, we highly recommend Twiggy’s parted pixie—a fantastic and practical take on a classic style.
While her a-line bob proved to be very popular, we are particularly biased towards Victoria Beckham’s asymmetrical bob. It is the perfect blend of elegance and spunk. If you want to make heads turn, go posh or go home.