10 Iconic Hairstyles From Movies We Can't Get Enough Of



Breakfast at Tiffany's Updo: Audrey Hepburn's chic updo with a tiara in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" is timeless and elegant, epitomizing classic Hollywood glamour.


The Rachel" from Friends: Jennifer Aniston's layered haircut, known as "The Rachel," became a cultural phenomenon in the 1990s, inspiring countless women to replicate the look.


Bob in Pulp Fiction: Uma Thurman's sleek bob with blunt bangs in "Pulp Fiction" is iconic and edgy, perfectly complementing her character's cool and confident demeanor.


Cut in Rosemary's Baby: Mia Farrow's pixie cut in "Rosemary's Baby" is iconic for its simplicity and innocence, symbolizing the character's vulnerability and strength.


Charlie's Angels: Farrah Fawcett's feathered hair in "Charlie's Angels" became synonymous with 1970s glamour and sex appeal.


Pretty Woman: Julia Roberts' voluminous curls in "Pretty Woman" are romantic and iconic, perfectly capturing the essence of her character's transformation from a streetwise prostitute to a sophisticated woman.


Cut in Die Another Day: Halle Berry's pixie cut in "Die Another Day" is bold and daring, making her one of the most memorable Bond girls of all time.


Waves in Tomb Raider: Angelina Jolie's long, tousled waves in "Tomb Raider" are effortlessly cool and adventurous, reflecting her character's fearless and independent spirit.


Pigtails in The Wizard of Oz: Judy Garland's braided pigtails in "The Wizard of Oz" are iconic and whimsical, perfectly capturing the innocence and wonder of her character.


Legally Blonde: Reese Witherspoon's high ponytail in "Legally Blonde" is playful and preppy, perfectly complementing her character's bubbly and determined personality.