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Most Requested Celebrity Hairstyles

The UK-based hair company Goody, recently commissioned a study of 3,000 women to discover the most-requested celebrity hairstyles of all time. Rose-Marie Jarvis, of Goody says, “It’s no secret that many women take inspiration from celebrities when it comes to their appearance. For women, hair is our most creative fashion accessory.” Here are the winners…

Jennifer-Aniston-Rachel-hair-Cut

Jennifer Aniston‘s “Rachel” haircut – People are still willingly getting this haircut? Um. Wow. I know that when Friends was running between 1994 and 2003, it seemed like everyone had this style. The Daily Express reports that almost 11 million British women alone have tried out the layered look, which was originally created by stylist Chris McMillan.

Meg-ryan-short-shag-hair

Meg Ryan‘s choppy ‘do – from Meg’s Sleepless In Seattl /America’s sweetheart era, circa 2003. This is better than the Rachel, at least.

Dannii-Minogue-Sleek-Bob-blunt-bangs

Dannii Minogue’s Sleek Bob - A bob is always classic. Looks nice on Dannii paired with blunt bangs.

Princess-Diana-hair-style

Princess Diana’s Royal Do – wtf.

Victoria-beckham-Pob

Victoria Beckham‘s Pob  - OK, normalcy has returned. So many people copied this asymmetrical cut.

Farrah-Fawcett-Feathered-Flip

Farrah Fawcett’s Feathered Flip - Farrah had this Feathered look on lock. She was the best. But are people really still asking for this style?

Mia-Farrow-Pixie-hair-cut

Hmm. That’s a weird list. My number one would be Mia Farrow‘s Pixie. In 1968, Vidal Sassoon gave Mia Farrow this haircut for Rosemary’s Baby, and thousands of woman rushed to their hairstylist to copy the look. And they still search for images of Mia to copy this haircut.

Blake-Lively-hair

My number two would be Blake Lively‘s Layered Locks. Blake Lively’s long, blonde Gossip Girl ‘do has become a cult sensation, with thousands of women begging their stylists to give them the look.

What celebrities would be on your list?


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