Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

Audrey Hepburn’s beehive and Elvis Quiff most Iconic Hairstyles in history:

Audrey Hepburn’s beehive, Elvis Presley’s quiff and Jennifer Aniston’s “Rachel” cut were recently named among the most iconic hairstyles in history by Toni & Guy hairdressers.
The beehive, made famous by Hepburn in the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, came top of a poll of the 50 most memorable hairdos of the past half century.

Elvis Presley’s jet black quiff came second, followed by reggae legend Bob Marley’s dreadlocks and the cut made famous by Aniston during her stint as Rachel Green in hit TV show Friends.
Late singer Amy Winehouse’s beehive, The Beatles’ mop tops and Marilyn Monroe’s curls came next on the list to mark hairdresser Toni & Guy’s 50th anniversary.

Farrah Fawcett’s golden flicks in 70s TV hit Charlie’s Angels were voted 8th in the poll of 2,000 people followed by Princess Diana’s feathered pageboy.

This year we are celebrating 50 years of hair fashion heritage and we’ve seen many of these iconic hairstyles copied by thousands of people in our salons.
The TOP 10 Most Iconic Hairstyles In History

1. Audrey Hepburn, beehive


2. Elvis Presley, quiff

Elvis quiff

3. Bob Marley, dreadlocks,

4. Jennifer Aniston, ‘Rachel’ cut,

5. Amy Winehouse, beehive,

6. The Beatles, mop tops,

7. Marilyn Monroe, blonde curls,

8. Farrah Fawcett, golden flicks,

9. Princess Diana, feathered pageboy,

10. Brigitte Bardot, bedroom look.

I do not think Amy Winehouse should be on the list, it’s the same hair as Audry, but Amy did not inspire the public to re-embrace that style


and are they really saying that only white people’s hair counts?

no Pan-Asian styles?

not much Europe

it’s rather America centric

but at least

they left out Justin Bieber


how did Harry Potter not make the list?






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