The 8 Most Iconic Celebrity Hair Moments

Grace Jones' bold geometric flat top style in the Bond film "A View to a Kill" remains iconic for its daring and architectural flair.

Grace Jones' Geometry

Louise Brooks' sharply blunt bob from the 1920s and '30s epitomized the flapper style, cutting a distinct silhouette that became synonymous with the era.

Louise Brooks' Bob

Keri Russell's character in "Felicity" sparked a sensation when she cut her long locks short, but her earlier days of cascading curls remain a fond memory for fans.

Felicity's Curls

Veronica Lake's vintage waves, famously styled over one eye, defined her glamorous Hollywood image, with a practical wartime updo also gaining attention during WWII.

Veronica Lake's Waves

Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie Bradshaw in "Sex and the City" embraced curls in a time when straight hair dominated, inspiring many with her wild and beautiful mane.

SJP/Carrie's Waves

Victoria Beckham's angular bob, initially sharp and angular, later evolved into softer, layered styles that reflected her fashion evolution beyond her Posh Spice days.

Victoria Beckham's Lob

Sia's oversized wigs serve dual purposes—privacy and performance art mystique—adding intrigue to her persona and performances.

Sia's Wig

He designed his crimson, spiky Ziggy Stardust hair with careful color experimentation to represent David Bowie's androgynous extraterrestrial character and musical genius.

David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust