14 Most Memorable Hairstyles In TV History
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By Brienne Walsh
Years after a television series has ended, the show's story lines are old news—but the characters' iconic hairstyles? We're still taking inspiration from them today. From Farrah's feathers to Felicity's pixie, here are our favorite hair moments in television history.
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In I Dream of Jeannie, Barbara Eden's title character feminized her fez by wearing her long blond ponytail through the top of it.
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In The Brady Bunch, Maureen McCormick's character Marcia Brady brushed her long blond hair 100 times a night—actually a no-no for keeping hair healthy.
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Most people couldn't name all three stars of the original Charlie's Angels series, but they could certainly name the one with the fantastic feathered blow-out: Farrah Fawcett.
Double Trouble5 of 15
Before Suzanne Somers rocked double pigtails playing Chrissy on Three's Company, the girlie look was reserved for tots and tweens. For a time, Somers helped make pigtails a viable style option for grownups, too.
Black Beauty6 of 15
As the vengeful ex-wife of a tycoon in Dynasty, Joan Collins' character Alexis was far from nice, and her raven black updo only enhanced her dark, scheming personality.
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The Cosby Show's Denise Huxtable, played by Lisa Bonet, had a cool bohemian vibe that suited her long dreadlocks.
Straight Shooter8 of 15
One of our favorite girls next door was surely The Wonder Years' Winnie Cooper, played by Danica McKellar. And nothing defined her look better than those straight black tresses, which hung to her waist and sparked serious hair envy.
Pony Up9 of 15
Full House's Kimmy Gibbler, played by Andrea Barber, had a perky personality that matched her perky half ponytail—a true '90s hairstyle.
Bang-Up Job10 of 15
Unlike the rest of the California girls on Beverly Hills, 90210, who sported platinum locks, rebellious Brenda Walsh had blunt bangs and long brown hair. The style was so iconic that when actress Shannan Doherty cut it off, she was reportedly fired from the show.
Code Red11 of 15
In My So-Called Life, Claire Danes' shy, bookish character Angela Chase hid behind her shoulder-length red bob, peering through her hair to stare longingly at Jordan Catalano.
Layered Lady12 of 15
Request "The Rachel" at any salon, and chances are the stylist will know what look you're after—namely the short, bouncy layers that Jennifer Aniston sported during the first two seasons of Friends. Though the style inspired thousands of copycats, Aniston confessed she was never a fan of the famous cut.
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When Felicity, played by Keri Russell, chopped off her long curly hair in a moment of post-breakup liberation, the world gasped—or at least every teenage girl in America did. Ratings for Felicity took a dive after that, but the cut is still one of the most talked-about shockers in TV hair history.
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In Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, had unruly curls that were almost as expressive as her writing—you could gauge her mood depending on how her hair was worn: loose and flowing, in a bun or seriously sleek.
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Unlike her uptight Upper East Side peers in Gossip Girl, Blake Lively's character Serena eschewed headbands and neatly combed coifs in favor of a luscious blond mane, which reflected her free-spirited personality.