The 31 most iconic haircuts of all time
Jessica Simpson's classic bob (circa 2005) is a winner for curly or straight textures. Ask for longer, chin-length pieces in front.
Add sophisticated spunk to cropped hair like Halle Berry's with spiky bits that you can shape with pomade.
Her length may have changed through the years, but Jennifer Aniston has always had angled layers that give her fine hair structure.
Mia Farrow's pixie set the standard. The secret for keeping it ladylike? It's not too cropped around the ears.
Connie Britton does mermaid waves right, with cascading pieces of varying length that complement her thick texture.
Drew Barrymore's low-key 2009 "lob" (that's hairstylist-speak for long bob) works for straight or wavy hair thanks to the choppy ends.
Goldie Hawn's shaggy bangs of 1992 blend into the rest of her style, framing her ageless—she's 47 here!—face.
Grow out fine curls and add light layers to make them feel lush and full, like Nicole Kidman did in 1990.
Go natural: Solange Knowles shows how a parted Afro that's longer on top can make the classic feel new again.
Take a cue from Salma Hayek's beachy waves: Tell your stylist to snip into your ends, which makes them lighter.