I’m Ready For My Close Up

The Movies We Love And The Looks We Love Even More

Looks from films that are going down in hairstory.

There’s no denying a good script and a timeless film, there’s also a slew of award ceremonies to acknowledge them.

But what about the hair?! The timeless coifs that make us swoon and send us straight to our mirrors or the hairdressers.

These are some of the films and ladies that top our charts and get the prize..

And The Winners Are…


Michelle Pfeiffer in “Scarface”. Every look of hers in this film was pure perfection.



Robin Givens in “A Rage In Harlem”. The sexy side sweep and unforgettable red dress left us speechless.



Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock in “Practical Magic”. Who didn’t want the extra long locks these witchy women rocked for the film?



Kate Hudson in “Almost Famous”. The curls, the fur. This classic 70’s look had us all playing Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin and heading straight for the resale stores.



Anne Hathaway in “Devil Wears Prada”. The Chanel, The bangs. This movie could have been 6 hours long.



Diana Ross in “Mahogany”.  This big 70’s hair will never get old. Never. Ever.


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Marilyn Monroe in “How to Marry a Millionaire”. The classic pin curls look effortless on each of these stars but are actually a lot of work.



Diane Keaton in “Annie Hall”. The hat, the tie the vest, the effortless hair. It’s a look that will always be duplicated. Brilliant.

About Crown Life Magazine (116 Articles)
Editor-in-chief Jennia Fredrique is a writer, lover, actor, philanthropist, laugher, hedonist, dancer and human. She studies metaphysics and believes that life is a daring adventure or nothing at all... her current goals are flying a kite, riding a hot air balloon and having tea with the queen....

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