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HAIR HISTORY - Signature Hairstyles

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Farrah Fawcett

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Bo Derek

Throughout recorded history, certain men and women have had what I call a "signature hairstyle". In other words, they become known and tagged because of the hairstyle that they wear. In some cases the hairstyle is named after them. The term Pompadour is still used to describe a fully rounded hairdo which was made popular by Madame de Pompadour in 1756. Most recently is Farrah Fawcett, Dorothy Hamill, and of course who could forget Jennifer Aniston?

I have compiled some photo's to validate that truly your hair is your most important accessory. As you browse through these shots, you will notice how many of these people are known and recognized for their hairstyle. Some are beautiful and some are "over the edge"

Hair is an art form that we wear on our body. How we wear it tells others what our personality is and how adventuresome or conservative we are. The next time you look into the mirror, what does your hair say about you?

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The Beatles
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The Rocker Pink
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Jimi Hendrix
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Bo Derek
Bride of Frankenstein
Cruela Deville
Crystal Gayle
Dennis Rodman
Edith Head
Elvis Presley

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The Sutherland Sisters

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Farrah Fawcett
Jimi Hendrix
Josephine Baker
Julius Ceasar
Sutherland Sisters
Tina Turner
Veronica Lake

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