In honor of International Woman’s Day, what better way to celebrate than to recognize some of the most iconic hairstyles from the last 50 years by some bold and stylish woman. You can see the whole 50 hairdos in the past 50 years list at Vogue Australia, written by Julia Frank.
Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s beehive topped the list, compiled by Toni & Guy to mark its 50th anniversary.
Jennifer Aniston’s hair in the early days of Friends earned cult status as ‘The Rachel’. Hairdressers the world over were flooded with requests to cut to its likeness. For that, it made number four on the list.
The feathered pageboy cut (no. 9) favoured by Princess Diana is still one of the most popular looks of all time. Supermodel Twiggy’s entire look revolutionized fashion in the 1960’s, and her elfin crop made the cut at number 11 on the list.
Jackie Kennedy’s brunette bouffant (at number 17) secured her place as a style icon.
Actor and fitness guru Raquel Welch’s voluminous curls came in at number 38.
For chopping off her long locks in favour of an attention-grabbing undercut, Rihanna earned herself a spot at number 46 on the list.
But most importantly……..