The 100 Best Hairstyles of All Time (a.k.a. the Hair Hall of Fame)
Halle Berry's Spiky Pixie Haircut
There have been other every-which-way haircuts before and since, but none quite this amazing.
Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany's Updo
This swept-up hairstyle is still the symbol for timeless elegance 50-plus years later.
Duchess Catherine's Bouncy Locks
Kate Middleton’s locks are the modern definition of “princess hair.”
The Five-Point Cut
Vidal Sassoon's signature ’do (seen here on Grace Coddington) started a short-hair trend in the ’60s.