The Most Memorable Celebrity Hairstyles
These celebrities’ hairstyles may or may not be popular anymore, but they were all so iconic that they’re still being talked about decades later. Are your COVID haircuts also the talk of the town?
Our COVID Cuts contest is in full swing! Send us photos of your COVID haircuts for your chance to win a $100 gift card to JUMP! to the front of the line and be one of the first to get a haircut and mani/pedi’s at Rinaldo Hair Designers and Spa Carlingwood when they open back up! You have until this Sunday to send in your best (or worst) COVID haircuts, then starting June 1st we’ll be voting for the top (or bottom) 5 haircuts to win! *Voting ends June 7th* Speaking of interesting haircuts, let’s reminisce back on some of the most iconic haircuts from the last few decades in pop culture!
The Justin Bieber swoop haircut threw teens into an absolute frenzy all over social media and at Justin’s in-person appearances. Both Justin, and his Beliebers, took the world by storm during the early 2010s, and while the adoration people have for him may have waivered over the years due to some controversy, Justin’s been able to turn himself around and get back to the kindhearted Ontario boy everyone first fell in love with. Justin’s hair has changed almost yearly from buzzcuts, to bleach blonde, to undercuts and faux hawks, but his signature look will forever be the adorable swoop hairstyle he rocked from 2009-2011.
I’m sure most of you have seen the Charlie’s Angels remake movies from the years 2000 and 2003 starring Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Drew Barrymore, or even more recently the 2019 remake starring Kristen Stewart, but what about the original? The original Charlie’s Angels concept was actually a television show which ran from 1976 to 1981. Want to know who the main star of the show was? Farrah Fawcett’s hair. These voluminous layered waves are both unforgettable and truly capture the essence of the free-flowing 1970’s hairstyles.
Does “The Rachel” sound familiar to you? Well, it should, considering it’s the hairstyle everyone talked about during the mid to late 1990s. Girls and women throughout North America all fawned over this layered bob cut wanting to replicate it, yet they had difficulty perfecting it. “The Rachel” was, surprisingly, hated by Aniston despite rocking this iconic hairstyle for years. She was quoted saying, “‘The Rachel’ was one of the hardest hairstyles to maintain. Me and the blowdryer, and the hairbrush, were not meant for each other.” Would you want to bring back “The Rachel” hairstyle for yourself?
All of the members of The Beatles
The four members of The Beatles were seen as the international heartthrobs of the 1960s. Their music, along with their matching mop-top hairstyles, created an absolute Beatlemania frenzy. The kind of craze and attention that was being thrown Justin Bieber’s way happened to The Beatles 50 years prior. In the era before the late 1960s/early 1970s hippie movement, The Beatles’ longer hairstyle was seen as extremely unique, considering the common male haircut was typically very short and slicked back.
Bob Marley’s music meant so much more than just a catchy rhythm – his music demanded peace, unity, and respect for all. His voice and his tranquility made him the prince of peace that generations should all take note from. This Jamaican Rastafarian icon will not only be remembered for being a pioneer for reggae music, but for also having a beautiful voice, beautiful message, and beautiful dreadlocks. Even during your hardest of days, a Bob Marley song could surely cheer you up. As he says in his song Three Little Birds, “don’t worry about a thing, because every little thing is going to be alright.”
No, we aren’t talking about the current day Justin Timberlake, we’re talking about Justin Timberlake during his boy band days. When *NSYNC emerged in the late 1990s, everyone collectively wondered what was on Timberlake’s head. Blonde/yellow dyed ends of his hair? Well, this hairstyle (known as “frosted tips”) soon became a wildly popular phenomenon during the early 2000s, a hairstyle I’m sure boys everywhere cringe at when they look back at their elementary and high school photos. But it’s okay, it was cool at the time, right?
Don’t forget to send in your best (or worst) COVID haircut photos to us by this Sunday! Then June 1st until June 7th we’ll vote on the top (or bottom) 5 memorable haircuts who will win a $100 gift card to JUMP! to the front of the line and be one of the first to get a haircut and mani/pedi’s at Rinaldo Hair Designers and Spa Carlingwood when they open back up!