The Best Hairdos In Hollywood History

Categories: Film

Female division. In the talking era. According to Michael Musto. Feel free to do your usual whining and add your own faves.

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Joan Cusack and Melanie Griffith in Working Girl. It was the hair that really worked for me.

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Valley of the Dolls, a movie about pills, sex, and mostly hair. Barbara Parkins had her own separate hairdresser, Mr. Kenneth.

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Pam Grier in Scream Blacula Scream. He was probably screaming over her fierce 'fro.

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Pixieish Jean Seberg, the new wave's favorite fourth wall-breaker. Her tomboy 'do always left me Breathless.

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Liza in Cabaret, my favorite Nazi musical. That widow's peeky thing in the middle was such divine decadence.

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And speaking of Divine decadence...Hairspray! Edna had a great hair day here.

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Joan Crawford buzzed around in this bizarrely fabulous hairdo in Queen Bee. Hair by Helen Hunt. (No, not THAT Helen Hunt.)

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Catherine Deneuve's hair didn't move in The April Fools. Don't try that at home.

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Liz Taylor's hair in Cleopatra was a Caesar's salad of fabulousness--and it went perfectly with her golden arm snake.

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Marlene Dietrich was a blonde goddess in Blonde Venus. They don't sell this look at Ricky's.

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Shirley MacLaine had the ultimate kook/tomboy/pixie/waif look in The Apartment. She went with the furniture.

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Meryl Streep, The Devil Wears Prada. The hair alone could have edited the magazine.

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Marion Cotillard as Piaf. She regretted nothing, except the fact that this photo is cropped.


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