Jennifer Aniston’s hairstyle, dubbed “The Rachel” after her sitcom character, was the most ubiquitous haircut in America in the ’90s. Interestingly enough, she wasn’t actually a fan of the style.
In the ’70s, everyone wanted the same perfectly feathered hairstyle worn by “Charlie’s Angels” star Farrah Fawcett.
Princess Diana’s short, layered haircut was inspired by a quick fix from hair stylist Sam McKnight, who tucked her hair into a faux bob around her tiara for a Vogue cover.
Side-swept bangs and long, barrel-curled hair became Lauren Conrad’s signature look on “The Hills,” inspiring fashion girls all over.
Since the aughts, Zooey Deschanel has been known for her full bangs, a look that’s suited her reputation as an indie darling.
Shannen Doherty’s long, dark hair and blunt bangs on “Beverly Hills, 90210” was all the rage in the early ’90s.