The Most Famous Haircuts in the World, and the Ladies Who Put Them in The Spotlight
Celebrities enormously impact our daily lives, from routine purchases to clothes worn, and their hairstyles. We wish to emulate the lives of these perfect celebrities, and want to look like them! Here are some famous haircuts that we all rushed out to get, whenever the itch to make a serious haircut change, was felt. We experience this almost daily. Luckily our iconic celebrities do cut their hair to match moods, the seasons, or something that inspires. The celebrity haircuts are mainly pixies, lobs, and layers, to name a few. Whether changing your hair color at home or coping with a drastic chop, a simple hairstyle completely changes how you look. From long to short back to long with extensions, these transformative celebrity haircuts are really buzzing.
Meg Ryan’s ‘Shaggy Short.’
With Meg Ryan’s rise to fame in the 90’s, her shaggy, short blonde hair look suddenly inspired women. Everyone wanted this look off, and though a trifle dated today, it wasn’t short lived!
Pam Grier’s ‘The Afro.’
When actress Pam Grier showed the world her fabulous natural hairdo, cut and trimmed into perfect shape, the Afro rose in Western culture. Black women were proud of their hair, receiving recognition for stunning ‘dos. The Afro rise is now seen more frequently for men and women.
Bettie Page’s ‘Blunt Fringe’.
A 1940’s pinup model Bettie Page’s pretty face was quite regularly seen after debuting a brand new look, with long, luscious waves with an extremely short cropped, blunt fringe, in contrast to classic block fringes. This cut has stuck around and remains popular even today!
Twiggy’s ‘Elfin Crop.’
Very iconic with her makeup, her spidery lashes, Twiggy’s ‘Elfin Crop,’ inspired women world-over, even today. Twiggy was flexible with the haircut, allowing hair to grow out slightly and become a short, loose bob before reverting to the cropped look again.
Mia Farrow’s ‘Pixie Cut.’
The Pixie Cut remains popular today, after debuted by model and actress Mia Farrow, who used to cut her hair by herself, going very short after messing up, using nail scissors! Former boyfriend Frank Sinatra used to love the haircut and she decided to retain it, eventually becoming a world-wide favourite.
Victoria Beckham’s ‘the Pob.’
The ‘Pob’ was affectionately given to Victoria Beckham’s new hair-do, a bob extremely short at the back, razor sharp and dead straight, graduating to chin length at the front (Posh + bob =pob). When Posh debuted this look, women went crazy with the style copied by an adoring public.
Jennifer Aniston’s ‘The Rachel.’
Jennifer Aniston appeared on ‘Friends’ debuting her new, choppy hairstyle, girls world-wide went wild and, a ‘Rachel’ look was everywhere! Years later, Jennifer confessed hating the hairstyle!
Rosamund Pike’s ‘The Undercut’
The great thing about an undercut that singer Selena Gomez has also sported is that whoever sports it can either proudly show it off, like actress Rosamund Pike, like at the Oscars or concele it by wearing their hair down. This hairdo has dual personalities!
Kendall Jenner’s ‘The Bubble Ponytail’
This throwback look from way back when became top chic due to other celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin, who plays around with various versions of bubble ponies on all celebs from model Kendall Jenner to actress Lily Collins.
Selena Gomez’s ‘Feathered Bangs’
Feathered bangs are weird, out-dated, and definitely go very wrong with too much feathering , but are definitely edgy in the right hands.
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