15 Iconic Hairstyles Through Cinema History
As time goes by, there are specific styles that change the game and make their own rules. These styles are the ones that are remembered by the masses. Here are 15 iconic hairstyles that have stood the test of time!
Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface
Michelle Pfeiffer, portraying Elvira, offers the iconic trophy-wife look of the early 1980s.
Demi Moore in Ghost
Always willing to change up her look, Demi Moore left her mark in cinema history with her adorable, boy-ish short hair.
Alicia Silverstone in Clueless
As if she wouldn't make it onto the list! Silverstone left us clueless as to how we could, like, totally achieve those gorgeous, silky locks!
Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta in Grease
We're hopelessly devoted to Sandy's good-girl-gone-bad transformation! Well, not totally bad. To help maintain those healthy curls, use HSI Professional's Argain Oil Hydrating Smoothing Mask! As for Travolta's look, to achieve those greaser locks, pour a dime-sized amount of our Argan Oil Leave-In to help smooth back your hair and look grease lightnin'!
Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: A New Hope
In a galaxy not so far away, Carrie Fisher inspired many young girls throughout the years to imitate this duo-bun hairdo at some point in their lives.
Kate Winslet in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
We'll never want to forget Clementine in this heartfelt dramedy, whose hair colorful array of rainbow-hair changes with her moods.
Rinko Kikuchi in Pacific Rim
In this sci-fi epic, Kikuchi's character edgy, short haircut helps her to confidently fight against alien monsters. Not to mention the cool blue streaks through her hair give her a bit of color!
Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Dubbed the expert in seducing any man, Monroe showcases her sensual, classic blonde bob in this musical.
Daisy Ridley in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
In the '70s, girls had Princess Leia; when the '90s rolled around, they had Princess Amidala. For today's generation of young girls, they can rely on the triple-bun ponytail to imitate Ridley's strong-willed character, Rey, in the latest installment of the Star Wars films.
Pam Grier in Foxy Brown
If you'd like to achieve this foxy 'fro and help maintain its beauty, using HSI's Argan Oil Leave-In Treatment is sure to keep it healthy and shiny!
Tessa Thompson in Dear White People
Throughout the entirety of the film, Thompson's character kept her hair in an up-do. But for the climax, she unleashes those gorgeous tousles, reminding us that every hair type is beautiful.
Grace Kelly in Rear Window
Actress-turned-princess never failed to impress us with her beauty in this Hitchcock thriller classic.
Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction
Uma Thurman dances and twists her way into our hearts as Mia Wallace in Tarantino's neo-noir black comedy.
Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby
Following the hip, mod style of the 1960s, Farrow set in stone this adorable short 'do in this infamous horror-classic.
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's
Hepburn's timeless updo, adorned with her tiara, makes it onto the list as our favorite iconic look in cinema! Fifty years later, fashion and film have incorporated this classic look as homage to its beauty. In order to achieve this look, it's best to use HSI Professional's Groover Kit to make big, loose curls in your hair. Comb it out, and begin to pin up those gorgeous locks! Before and after using the Groover Kit, spritz on our Thermal Spray to keep your hair healthy and shiny as you strut down to Tiffany's.