Don’t you love going to the movies? I know right now it is just memories as theatres are yet to reopen but to think back to the times when you would risk it all to catch that ‘first day, first show’ just so that you can find out what your favourite actors have brought to the table. For a lot of us, it was often also about the clothes that were shown, the makeup or even the hairstyles that we’d long to catch a glimpse of so that we too could follow in their footsteps. It was the best way to stay on top of trends. To get you nostalgic, here are some iconic hair moments from the silver screen that you might remember having tried out yourself.
Genelia D’souza’s Ringlet Locks In Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Apart from his movie holding a special place in each of our hearts and the chemistry the two protagonists shared, Genelia’s hairstyle was one of the few films that normalised curly hair. Her locks were perfectly coiled, and she even wore a flat cap making it the accessory to own at the time.
Julia Stiles’ High Ponytail In 10 Things I Hate About You
True this is an iconic 90s movie starring the late Heath Ledger, and it is all about high school romances and rebelling against the system, but what we loved most was watching all the '90s hair and makeup trends showcased so beautifully on the characters. Julia Stiles, who plays Katarina "Kat" Stratford in the film make crimped hair look super cool especially with this high ponytail with face-framing strands.
Lindsay Lohan's Highlights In Freaky Friday
This movie was so much fun, and Lindsay Lohan’s hairdo was what every young girl wanted. She had chocolate brown mid-length hair that featured blonde and caramel highlights which was the coolest trend to rock in the early 2000s.
Anne Hathway's Smooth Mane In The Princess Diaries
Who didn’t love princess Mia’s transformation in this iconic chick flick? From thick and frizzy locks to super smooth and sleek tresses, this was one of the best makeovers filmed on the silver screen.
Uma Thurman's Chic Bob In Pulp Fiction
The character Mia Wallace from the iconic Quentin Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction had such a classic style that every girl wanted to emulate when the movie was just released. Played by the beautiful Uma Thurman, this bob haircut with fringe was and still is considered classy, timeless and chic.
Parveen Babi's Curtain Bangs In Yeh Nazdeekiyan
This Indian film icon Parveen Babi was known to be one of the most beautiful actresses in Bollywood. Her hairstyle in this 1982 movie was just gorgeous and is back in style today. Her hair was long and silky smooth with curtain bangs framing her face.
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