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Cutting Edge: 19 Iconic Hollywood Hairdos That Were Imitated By Millions Of Fans

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Nov. 14 2013, Published 3:41 p.m. ET

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From The Bouffant to The Bob, The Rachel To The Bananarama, these luscious looks shaped a generation.

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The Bob -- Victoria Beckham

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"I am fed up with extensions," Beckham declared in 2006, when she went for a radical chop.

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The Perm -- Kylie Minogue

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Direct from the 1980s, the perm began with Barbra Steisand but catapulted into a new ethos with Kylie Minogue.

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The Beehive -- Dusty Sprigfield

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Break out the hairspray and grab the comb, the beehive takes work and was perfected by singer Dusty Springfield.

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The Bouffant -- Jackie O

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Post-war America was all about austerity but there was optimism too. Women began going to salons. Even the White House channelled some Hollywood-style glamor via Jackie O.

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The Boho Wave -- Sienna Miller

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Actress Sienna Miller popularized the Boho look with a hint of curls -- a modern way of referencing the hippe styles from the 60s and 70s.

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The Choppy Bob -- Meg Ryan

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Choppy, cropped and textured to look undone, just like Meg Ryan.

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The Eton Crop -- Twiggy

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In 1996 stylist Leonard Lewis took eight hours to cut young Lesley Hornby's hair into a garmine Eton crop -- and Twiggy was born.

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The Highlights -- Geri Halliwell

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Girl power! Color-blocked highlights became all the rage when the Spice Girls hit the headlines.

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The 5-Point Cut -- Mary Quant

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Mary Quant revolutionized the way women dressed and wore their hair.

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The Mullet -- David Bowie

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This was David Bowie in 1972. The mullet lives on, even today!

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The Sex Kitten -- Brigitte Bardot

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French actress Brigitte Bardot's come-to-bed style was emulated by women who wanted her smouldering look.

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The Alexa -- Alexa Chung

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Alexa Chung spawned one of the most asked about styles today.

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The Bananarama -- Bananarama

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Teased, tousled, messy and untamed that was the look for Bananarama.

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The Barbie -- Alex Curran

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Alex Curran brought us high-maintenance glam complete with hair extensions.

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The Purdey -- Joanna Lumley

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A funky bowl-shaped cut with a flash of color made Joanna Lumley's haircut famous.

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The Farrah Flicks -- Farrah Fawcett

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When Charlie's Angeles hit screen, women went crazy for Farrah Fawcett's look. Her locks became famous.

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The Rachel -- Jennifer Aniston

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Jennifer Aniston rocked "the Rachel", the MOST requested hairstyle of all time. Thanks to Friends.

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The Shy Di -- Princess Diana

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Princess Di's early short look was a firm favorite and ignited wanna copycats around the world.

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