Celebrity Haircuts/Styles You’ve Asked For

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Jennifer Aniston ("The Rachel")
Jennifer Aniston ("The Rachel")
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Hairdressers the world over became familiar with two little words in the mid-90s: "The Rachel." Jennifer Aniston's layered, streaked 'do, made famous by her character Rachel on 'Friends' was one of the most requested and copycatted hairstyles of the decade. Could we be any more sad that Aniston declared it "the ugliest haircut I've ever seen" in a 2011 interview with Allure. 
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George Clooney: Hail Caesar!
George Clooney: Hail Caesar!
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If the women of the 90s were all busy trying to emulate Jennifer Aniston's trendy locks, than the fellas of that era were all hitting their barber with the hopes of looking like George Clooney. The regal actor brought the "Caesar" cut back to the mainstream when he made ladies everywhere swoon with the look he made re-famous during his stint on 'ER.' The superstar hasn't strayed much from the super-short salt and pepper hair cut since and he still looks dashing as ever nearly 20 years later.&nbs
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Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow: The Brenyth
Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow: The Brenyth
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A hybrid of hyper-attractiveness, only 90s super couple Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow could get away with having the exact same hairstyle. Both men and women would ask for their respective haircuts, and in the case of your very annoying couple friends, sometimes together. Fair warning: the couple that cuts their hair together, well, you know. 
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Justin Bieber ("The Bieber")
Justin Bieber ("The Bieber")
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As seen on your little brother, every youngster at the mall, and Tom Brady, Justin Bieber's windswept locks has had boys/men everywhere shaking their heads to the side to mimic the look. And parents everywhere were like, baby, baby, baby, no, cut your hair!
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Farrah Fawcett ("The Farrah")
Farrah Fawcett ("The Farrah")
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One of the most iconic hairstyles of all-time, Farrah Fawcett's wispy, feathered locks became a staple of the 70s. It's impossible to not think of hairstyle she made famous during her time on 'Charlie's Angels' when remembering the legendary television star. 
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Robert Pattinson ("The R Pattz")
Robert Pattinson ("The R Pattz")
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Men, of America, save yourself trouble from going to your hairdresser or barber and ask for "the R Pattz" or the "You know, that guy from 'Twilight." Here's some quick and easy steps on how to look just like the British dreamboat: 1. Go to bed. 2. Get up from bed. 3. There is no step 3, you now look like Robert Pattinson. 
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Mia Farrow's Pixie Cut
Mia Farrow's Pixie Cut
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The hairstyle that launched a million manic pixie dream cuts, Mia Farrow's short, stylish look made women everywhere wish they were in 'Rosemary's Baby.' Okay, not really. But that was an awfully cute cut. So cute, in fact, women still ask for it. 
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Meg Ryan ("You've Got...Really Cute Hair")
Meg Ryan ("You've Got...Really Cute Hair")
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Not unlike Breneth, Meg Ryan all perfected the short blonde haircut in the 90s. Her choppy, layered cut, which looked its most adorable in flicks like 'French Kiss' and 'You've Got Mail,' the style was just as darling as her. The only problem? The oft-copied style rarely looked as effortless as Meg's, leaving women everywhere sleepless in Seattle and just about everywhere else with worry about their butchered bobs. 
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Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Leo")
Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Leo")
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Not to be mistaken with Meg Ryan's blonde 'do, the Breneth, or Hugh Grant's floppy haired 90s look, Leonardo DiCaprio's effortless dirty blonde hair in 'Titanic' turned him into a full-blown Hollywood heartthrob. Guys everywhere went a little  — forgive us here — overboard, trying to look just like him when 'Titanic' became a worldwide phenomenon. 
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Mark McGrath: We're Going Streaking!
Mark McGrath: We're Going Streaking!
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Hey, streaks weren't just for the ladies in the 90s. Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath all but put frosted tips on the map (as well as wife beater tanks and sparrow tattoos, but that's another gallery entirely.) It looked pretty hot back in the day, but as Marshall on 'How I Met Your Mother' could attest on his wedding day, this style didn't age too well. 
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Zooey "The Bangs" Deschanel
Zooey "The Bangs" Deschanel
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Who's that girl? Who's that girl? No really, who's that girl? We can't see her under those bangs! Zooey Deschanel, who has paved the way for sexy hipsters everywhere with her manic pixie bangs has made for one of the most memorable, if not frustrating (got those things out of your eyes!) styles in recent history. You can't swing a Temper Trap album in Brooklyn without hitting a girl who looks an awful lot like Deschanel's Jess on 'New Girl.' 
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Jesse Eisenberg: Um, just, please, um, a little off the top
Jesse Eisenberg: Um, just, please, um, a little off the top
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Shy guys everywhere felt a little less anxious when they saw they could rock a messy, but stylish hairstyle as worn by their nervous leader Jesse Eisenberg in flicks like 'The Social Network,' 'Zombieland' and 'Adventureland' (pictured.) Don't fret, sensitive fellas: this is exactly the kind of haircut your dream girl wants to run her fingers through. 
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Audrey Hepburn ("The Audrey")
Audrey Hepburn ("The Audrey")
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Perhaps the most timeless of all of these looks, no woman has ever attended a wedding, prom, or 'Mad Men' viewing party without getting some variation of Audrey Hepburn's classic updo from 'Breakfast at Tiffany's.' Simply devine, darling. 

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