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12 Vogue Editors Share Their Favorite Movie Hair Moments of All Time.
Winona Ryder in Reality Bites, 1994 “Winona Ryder rocks the best short, grungie hairdo ever in Reality Bites". —Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis,Vogue Style Editor at Large
Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction, 1994 “Uma Thurman’s black, blunt cut bob in Pulp Fiction needs no explanation. What would Mia Wallace be without it?” —Catherine Piercy, Vogue.com Beauty Director
Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct, 1992 “Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct! The perfect example of how minimalist slicked-back hair can be both chic and intimidating.” —Sara Jendusa, Vogue.com Art Producer
James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause, 1955
“When the summer humidity hits and I'm forced to make do with whatever happens on my head, I aim to channel a white T-shirt–clad, all-American James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause. Just replace the 1949 Mercury with a MetroCard, and the leather jacket with an umbrella.”
—Cameron Bird, Vogue.com Photo Assistant
Penelope Cruz in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, 2008
“Penélope Cruz’s hair in Vicky Cristina Barcelona is to die for. The length, the color, the way she’s constantly running her fingers through it and flipping it from one side to the other. She’s all kinds of crazy in this movie—but god, I want that hair!”
—Alexandra Macon, Vogue.com Managing Editor
Sienna Miller in Factory Girl, 2006
“I’m enamored with all things Edie Sedgwick (and Sienna Miller, for that matter), including the switch from straight and swingy brunette to short and platinum pixie in the film Factory Girl. After all, what better way for a superstar to show off those shoulder-duster earrings?”
—Maria Ward, Vogue.com Producer
Ellar Coltrane in Boyhood, 2014
“I recently chopped off my side bang in lieu of an updo and was inspired by re-watching Ellar Coltrane get his head shaved in Boyhood. Although I didn’t go as extreme as in the film—he went from long and shaggy to buzzed and cropped—he, and hopefully I, pulls off the new do. But the best part? Knowing it will grow back.”
—Edward Barsamian, Vogue.com Style Editor
Anouk Aimée in 8 ½, 1963 “For me, it's Anouk Aimée's shaggy pixie in 8 1/2, and inseparable from the cut, those glasses! I've been searching for them for years.” —Susan Gordon, Vogue.com Copy Editor
Gwyneth Paltrow in The Royal Tenenbaums, 2001
“Gwyneth Paltrow in The Royal Tenenbaums—her super-blunt bob seemed innocent, tough, and ladylike all at the same time. I chopped off all of my hair in homage, though never did try to pull off the barrette.”
—Virginia VanZanten, Vogue.com Living Editor
Dakota Johnson in Fifty Shades of Grey, 2015 “Throughout the entire Fifty Shades of Grey movie, I couldn't stop thinking about Dakota Johnson’s bangs.” —Jenna Rennert, Vogue.com Beauty Assistant
Daria Halprin in Zabriskie Point, 1970
“Antonioni’s 1970 portrait of American counterculture may have been poorly received by critics, but it did get one thing right: casting actress Daria Halprin as the very picture of flower child beauty. If you don’t walk away from this movie wanting to grow your hair out, you might want to check your pulse.
—Mackenzie Wagoner, Vogue.com Beauty Editor
Meryl Streep in Manhattan, 1979
"Not only is Meryl Streep my favorite actress (sorry if that’s a cliché, but she’s really as good as it gets), but her hair in Woody Allen’s 1979 Manhattan achieves the perfect mix of just-washed clean, soft, and silky but also semi worn-in and very un-done in all the right ways. Her deep side part makes me want to change my very strict middle-part ways."
—Elizabeth Taufield, Vogue.com Market Assistant