14. Rachel Leigh’s Short and Choppy Flipped Out Hair
Josie and the Pussycats, released back in 2001, did not garner much critical acclaim however, it is remembered for its iconic hair trend that inspired millions of women to flaunt Rachel Leigh’s short and chopped haircut with flipped out ends.
15. Amy Winehouse’s Beehive Hairdo
Much like her songs and lyrics, Amy’s hair statements and style transformations were also inspired by the girl groups of the 60s. Back in 2006, when Amy Winehouse began exploring contemporary music, her soulful crooning became synonymous with her glorious beehive updo.
16. Lauren Conrad’s Messy & Romantic Updo
The iconic season premiere of The Hill’s is not only remembered for being MTV’s most iconic production, but in fact, it rose to fame for Lauren Conrad’s messy and romantically flowy updo. Ever since, every young lady has wanted to flaunt this romantic look at the yearly formal dance, and it is preserved in the pages of Pinterest for millions of girls to get inspired.
17. Kate Middleton Experimented with Bangs
Kate Middleton has always been infatuated with classic and chic hair statements, blown out hair and curly ends. Back in 2012, she stunned all her fans with a gorgeous bangs hair transformation. It was an incredible change for the Duchess, and the Royal fanatics analyzed that it was supposed to work as a distraction from her pregnancy with Prince George, which was publically announced much later.
18. Jennifer Lawrence’s Short Lob
Katniss Everdeen, Jennifer Lawrence’s character in the Hunger Games, wore long brown hair, and in 2013, the actress decided to undergo a gorgeous hair transformation with a short lob. Later, she shocked us all with an ever shorter and sassier hair transformation: her sassy blonde pixie cut, which she rocked throughout the press tour for the second film in the series.