Mia Farrow’s pixie and Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel made the list. See which other memorable hairstyles are a cut above
Guys wanted her. Girls wanted her hair. The Charlie's Angel's bombshell's fabulously feathered hair in the '70s had women scrambling for their blow dryers.
Marilyn Monroe wasn't her real name, and blonde wasn't Norma Jeane Mortenson's real hair color. But the bleached blonde was a natural when it came to fame and stardom. "In Hollywood a girl's virtue is much less important than her hairdo," she once quipped.
Doherty, as Beverly Hills, 90210's Brenda Walsh, rocked blunt bangs and straight long hair that was such a distinct and oft-copied look that when she chopped it off on a whim, she was promptly fired from the show. "It was one of the reasons I got fired. Rightfully so," she told CBS' The Talk in 2012.
Legend goes that a stray lock of the '40s screen siren's hair fell over her eye during a photo shoot -- and her peek-a-boo style was born. Today, A-listers like Reese Witherspoon, Megan Fox, and Kate Hudson have all rocked the "Veronica Lake" on the red carpet.
Who knew that it would be insecure L.C. from Laguna Beach who would one day become a style icon for millions of young women? The classic California girl with classic California hair (long, blonde, beachy) helped popularize braids, a trend that's still going strong today.
Lively's hair on Gossip Girl should have gotten its own show. With its multiple personalities (up, down, wavy, straight), her hairstyles effectively mirrored her character's different moods. But it's her signature look — down, loose, wavy — that had fans asking for the Serena cut. The actress' secret? When hair is still damp, twist it into a ballerina bun. "When the hair is released, it has a nice natural deep wave," she told website Refinery 29.