The updo hall of fame: Our favorite celebrity looks
Audrey Hepburn’s iconic updo
If anything has ever come close to upstaging the gorgeous Audrey Hepburn, it’s the iconic ‘do she sported in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Nearly 50 years after the movie’s release, it’s as chic—and recognizable—as ever. Think of it as the Rachel hairstyle of the 1960s.
Sienna Miller’s boho updo
In keeping with her laid-back, bohemian style, Sienna Miller opted for a not-too-polished hairdo at the 2005 premiere of Casanova in Venice, Italy. A few flyaways here or a loose piece there—no problem! A little messiness is what makes the look so imperfectly perfect.
Beyonce’s spotlight-stealing updo
Has Beyonce ever had a bad hair day? She definitely didn’t at the Grammy Awards in 2005. Her gorgeous, sleek style balanced out her fancy earrings and sparkly dress just right.
Brigitte Bardot’s sexy, messy updo
Way before today’s sex goddess Angelina Jolie there was the smoldering Brigitte Bardot. Her messy bouffant oozes just as much sex appeal as her smoky eyes and full pout.
Julia Roberts’ oscar-worthy updo
Too bad there wasn’t a Best Hair category at the 2001 Academy Awards—we’re pretty sure Julia Roberts would have snagged it for this pretty, intricate (and brunette!) style.
Ella Fitzgerald’s jazzy updo
Legendary jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald hit a beauty high note with her signature look. The well-defined curls give off a polished yet approachable vibe. Nice!
Gwen Stefani’s swirly updo
Leave it to Gwen Stefani to stand out from the beauty pack. Maybe her unique updo is a shout-out to the waves at the Orange County beaches near her hometown. One thing we do know: It works!