Category Archives: Most Popular Hairstyles in History

Quirky Curls: Sarah Jessica Parker

Starting her career at a young age—starring in Annie on Broadway—and transitioning into television and film in the 1980s, Sarah Jessica Parker appeared in movies like Footloose, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, and Disney’s Flight of the Navigator. In her early films, she was […]

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Mia Farrow: Precocious Pixie

A longhaired Mia Farrow began her career as the modest and intelligent Allison on ABC’s popular prime-time soap opera Peyton Place, where she was one of the most beloved characters. In 1965, Farrow shocked the series when she showed up for work one morning with […]

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Marilyn Monroe: Bleached and Beautiful

Marilyn Monroe’s image never strays too far from Hollywood, with stories based on her life popping up every few years. The recent resurgence includes the movie My Week with Marilyn starring Michelle Williams and NBC’s television show Smash about a musical being made from the […]

Louise Brooks: Bobbed and Brilliant

The star of seventeen silent films, her most famous being Pandora’s Box and Diary of a Lost Girl, Louise Brooks portrayed strong female characters that challenged the sexual mores of the time, as well as the norms of beauty and fashion. Prior to the 1920s, […]

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Rockabilly Women’s Styles

The term rockabilly, which is a mix of rock ‘n’ roll and hillbilly (country) music, was originally a music genre, but now refers to a style subculture.  Rockabilly hairstyles are some of the most classic feminine looks for their hints of Hollywood glamour from the […]

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Pomp Up Your Style

The pompadour, named after Madame de Pompadour, the mistress of France’s King Louis XV, first became popular with women in the 1700s. The pompadour features hair worn high above the forehead, and often swept outwards to emphasize the volume in the area above the face. […]

Jim Morrison: Writhing Waves

Known for his swoon-worthy charisma and rebellious antics, Jim Morrison was a sex symbol of the late 1960s who has since become an icon. He was a poet, songwriter, filmmaker, and lead singer of the Doors, a psychedelic rock band out of Los Angeles that […]