In “The Great Gatsby,” out Friday, Carey Mulligan plays the impeccably bobbed Daisy. You too could look like her if you had diamond headbands and hours to spend with a flatiron. Or you can try another signature movie haircut.
In the 1968 thriller, Rosemary (Mia Farrow) has a baby! And an awesomely cropped hairdo. And an unwitting deal with Satan. Whoops.
In 1977, millions of little girls began looking for something — anything! — circular that could be worn over the ears, thanks to Princess Leia’s cinnamon-bun hairstyle.
Girls confident in their curls are a special breed; Merida from Pixar’s 2012 animated feature has a tumble of red twirls. She also has a bow and arrow ready for anyone who might make fun of her.
He slices! He dices! He topiaries! When the titular character of Tim Burton’s 1990 film takes over a town, he makes over the ladies with his edgy take on all things follicular.
“There’s Something About Mary”
Cameron Diaz’s memorable hairstyle from this 1998 comedy never really caught on, possibly because the product used to get those sky-high bangs isn’t exactly something you can pick up at CVS.