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The Best in Movie Hairstyles1 of 10
By Abby Gardner
While watching When Harry Met Sally (1989) on TV, we started thinking about movie hairstyles we'd like to see come back, in a modernized way. Meg Ryan sports myriad cuts throughout the film but we might consider this super layered style again, minus the pouf.
Working Girl (1988)2 of 10
Who didn't feel inspired by Tess (accompanied by Carly Simon's "Let the River Run") as she showed those executives just what a smart secretary can do if given the chance? And her style makeover played a huge role. (Come back to Glo tomorrow to see how your hair might be holding you back at work.) We'll leave the puffy socks and sneakers back in the 80s, though, where they belong.
Almost Famous (2000)3 of 10
Sweet Penny Lane (played by Kate Hudson) led her gaggle of "Band-Aids" from gig to gig with a fabulous faux fur jacket, an infectious smile ... and a head of ringlets that screamed "love child." Considering the current bohemian moment, we'd wear this right now. Considering the current bohemian moment, we'd wear this right now. As Penny so famously says, "It's all happening."
Klute (1971)4 of 10
Not only did this film win Jane Fonda an Academy Award, but her character Bree Daniels had some major style influence, too. This thick bangs-meets-shag haircut became all the rage among the cool crowd at the time. And if you wander around any number of hipster hangouts in big cities, you'll still see it today.
Flashdance (1983)5 of 10
Of course we all remember the cut-off gray sweatshirt (also having quite the revival), but we also look back fondly on Jennifer Beals' bigger-is-better 'do. Okay, so maybe you'd want to tame it a little with some styling products — but we do love when ladies embrace their natural textures.
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)6 of 10
What's not to love about the simple sweetness of Catherine Deneuve's half-up style in one of our all-time favorite French films? It's clean and proper and accented with a perfect pink bow. And let's not forget that bows are actually very "in" again right now.
Splash (1984)7 of 10
Our love for length knows no bounds. And there's a very good chance this affair began the first time we saw Daryl Hannah's Madison in all her mermaid glory. Actually, this crimped — like you slept in your braids — style is very reminiscent of the hair on Diane von Furstenberg's Spring 2010 runway.
Roman Holiday (1953)8 of 10
While her updo in Breakfast at Tiffany's may be more famous, we actually prefer the curled pixie cut Audrey Hepburn wore gallivanting around with Gregory Peck. If you mussed this style up just a little bit, we think you'd fit right in at the office today. Especially if your face is even a fraction as exquisite as Audrey's.
Grease (1978)9 of 10
We'd be hard-pressed to find any woman we know that didn't harbor makeover fantasies along the lines of Sandy's. (Goodbye to Sandra Dee, indeed.) When Olivia Newton-John shows up at the carnival with sexy, bouncing hair, tight black pants and those classic Candies, Danny Zuko doesn't stand a chance. Boy, do we love the power of a new 'do.
Sliding Doors (1998)10 of 10
Gwyneth Paltrow's Helen leads two different realities in London, mostly delineated by her two haircuts. One is long and mousy, while the other is short, sassy and confident. The fact that the actress really did cut off her own hair created quite the stir in America. Now many actresses have no problem chopping their locks, too.