Celebrities are admired and copied all over the world for their style, attire, accessories and hair. They are the ultimate trendsetters in the world of beauty and fashion, and their fans can’t help but copy their style to feel closer to their ideal, most loved celebrities.
Celebrity hairstyles are also one of the most followed trends in the world, and some of the popular celebs are recognized by the way they do their hair. Some hairstyles have reached an iconic status in the eyes of the audience, and the celebs cannot help but rock some cool, unique hairstyles which make them stand out.
Here are some of the most iconic celebrity hairstyles from the past :
Amy Winehouse’s hairdo:
Amy took the retro classic and put her unique spin on it to rock her signature hairstyle. Just like her music, the messy hairdo done in a beehive style was unique at her time, when celebrities were seen sporting neat, proper looks. You can also copy her hairstyle if you are the fiercely brave ones, but make sure you don’t tease and damage your hair by taking care of your hair and using the right products.
Another icon famous for her signature hairstyle was Marilyn Monroe. You can recognize her face just by looking at her hair. Her style is still alive today and is the epitome of Hollywood glitz and glamor.
Jennifer Aniston’s hairstyle when she played the role of Rachel in hit TV show Friends garnered so much popularity that a haircut was named after the character, named The Rachel. This smart, simple hairstyle was the ultimate way back then to letting your hair down, and added tremendously to Jennifer Aniston’s popularity.
In the initial years of her stardom, Victoria Beckham was known for her straight, angled bob, before she transitioned into softer looks. The Long Bob, or Lob, made a comeback a few years ago, and was all the rage amongst fashionable youngsters.
Do Berek’s cornrows as she ran down the beach in the movie 10 has now earned legend status. But you could land yourself in a controversy like Kim Kardashian when she copied the hairstyle and called it Do Berek’s hairdo, instead of cornrows.