Timeless And Unforgettable Celebrity Hairstyles Throughout History

Jane Birkin

Jane Birkin is the original French girl, inspiring countless fashion and beauty looks with her timeless vibe and cool-girl fringe. George Northwood compares her to Alexa Chung.

Grace Jones

Grace Jones epitomized the cool, strong woman with her iconic '80s flat top. Nicola Clarke and Charlotte Mensah highlight how this statement-making style celebrated Jones's masculine energy

Linda Evangelista

Linda Evangelista, known for her fearless experimentation, was dubbed "queen of the crop" by Luke Hersheson. Clarke calls her a "chroma-chameleon" for frequently changing her hair color.

Louise Brooks

Louise Brooks's graphic blunt bob, created by Monsieur Antoine 100 years ago, was avant-garde for its time. Alex Brownsell notes that Brooks's flapper girl and Jazz Age icon.

Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte Bardot's versatile beehive with enviable root volume remains a reference point. Syd Hayes praises its natural facelift effect, while Northwood highlights her chic.

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe's iconic short, layered haircut, created with an old roller set, defined her as one of the most revered screen sirens. Larry King notes how her curls and flicks moved beautifully.

Angela Davis

Angela Davis's glorious, untamed natural Afro is celebrated for embodying her natural hair. Mensah emphasizes its special significance and its influence on contemporary celebrity.

Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts's tight curls, famously seen in "Pretty Woman," epitomized the '90s perm trend. Larry King highlights the enduring appeal of enhancing natural curls, with Whitney Houston's coily hair.

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