When it comes to our hair, we need all the help and inspiration we can get. This is where our favourite celebrities come in and, mark my words, there is a hair icon out there for all of us. If you are struggling to come up with yours then fear not, we have chosen for you the crème de la crème of the world’s best heads of hair:
1. Jennifer Aniston
Ever since Jennifer first graced our screens in 1994 as the lovable Rachel Green in Friends, we have bowed down in awe to every single hair style she’s ever had. Well, apart from those terrible extensions in season 6, but we’ll let you off for that one, Jen.
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2. Blake Lively
Even though we constantly find ourselves sick with envy that we can’t have hair as thick as Blake’s, we never tire of seeing her flawless long blonde locks done up to perfection on the red carpet.
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Does Bey ever put a foot wrong? Well, the answer to this – especially when it comes to her gorgeous head of hair – is a resounding no.
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4. Emma Stone
An inspiration to all red-heads, Emma Stone has paved the way for the sultry red ‘lob’ (long bob in case you were wondering). This is even in spite of the fact that her natural hair colour is blonde.
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5. Lauren Conrad
Having carved a very successful career out of her lifestyle website ‘LaurenConrad.com’, it can be of little wonder that LC has cemented herself as a bonafied hair icon. We can’t lie, our admiration dates all the way back to her 3-year stint in The Hills.
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Miss Fenty has firmly gilded herself as a hairstyle maven over the years, boasting everything from a bright red main to this stunning pixie crop.
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7. Sienna Miller
Taking on much more of a 60s vibe, Sienna Miller’s blonde tresses have been consistently making us swoon ever since she starred in Alfie alongside Jude Law in 2004.
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8. Katharine Hepburn
Summing up the vintage style of the 1940s in a way like no other, Katharine Hepburn has been and always be our go-to inspiration for the ‘glory roll’.
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9. Jane Birkin
There has never been anything quite like Jane Birkin’s gamine 1970s fringe and flowing brunette locks. This messy do has never been more popular than it is today with thousands of women trying to replicate it.
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10. Brigitte Bardot
The original 1960s siren, Brigitte Bardot has taught us so many things, not least the magic of a volumous head of hair (sculpted from hours of backcombing). This is undoubtedly a style that will transcend fashion for years to come.
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