Top 5 Trademark Celebrity Hairstyles
Posted on Nov 21, 2011

5. Donald Trump

Famous for his buildings in Manhattan and around the world, the business tycoon and real estate developer bounced back from financial problems in the 1990s. His companies run casinos and hotels and he is constantly looking to expand his empire. His attempt to build a golf resort in a beautiful part of Scotland has proved controversial with local people and environmental organizations. There were photographs of him in the British newspapers of his visit to Scotland, which depicted his comb over hair battling with the gale that was blowing. This seemed to counter the theory that it’s a toupee. There have been suggestions that the hair is the result of a bad hair transplant.

4. Jennifer Aniston

The former ‘Friends’ star has made a successful film career in comedic and dramatic roles, as in ‘Picture Perfect’, ‘Along Came Polly’, ‘The Good Girl’ and ‘Marley & Me’. When she played Rachel Green, her layered and stylish hair became known as ‘The Rachel’. Women all over the globe walked into their local hair salon and demanded ‘The Rachel’. Aniston has gone through many different hairstyles since but that is the one that sticks in people’s minds. She became a bit annoyed that there were more column inches given to this phenomenon than to her acting roles.

3. Shirley Temple

The child actress sang and tap-danced her way through the 1930s, following her breakthrough appearance in ‘Bright Eyes’ when she was six years of age. Other movies included ‘The Little Colonel’ and ‘Wee Willie Winkie’. She starred alongside the top Hollywood performers of the day. Temple went to dancing classes when she was aged three and was destined for the limelight. Her cutesy blonde curls framed a pretty face, melting the hearts of an audience struggling with the Depression. It was someone’s job on the set to make sure her 56 ringlets were in pristine condition for each scene. Later, Temple left Hollywood behind to become a US Ambassador.

2. Don King

Instantly recognizable with his teased up hair, Don King is usually grinning. He is the most famous boxing promoter in the world and was responsible for historic fights, including the ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ (George Foreman v Muhammad Ali) and the ‘Thrilla in Manila’ (Muhammad Ali v Joe Frazier). He has also promoted Larry Holmes, Mike Tyson, and Evander Holyfield. His personal life and career has been controversial with a prison sentence, lawsuits and various investigations into his affairs. He has said, when asked in interviews, that his hair is the result of hair spray and combing.

1. Carmen Miranda

The ‘Brazilian Bombshell’, as she was known, brought color and gaiety to the 1940s and 1950s with her tropical fruit headdresses. Ok, this isn’t hair but her regular adornment defined a certain kind of Broadway and Tinseltown glamor. She popularized the Samba and flamboyant costumes in films, such as ‘That Night in Rio’, ‘Week-end in Havana’, and ‘The Gang’s All Here’. Carmen Miranda Square in Hollywood pays tribute to her.

 


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