10 Hairstyles Your Mum Had Growing Up
We all watched our mother's getting ready when we were younger, and these are the styles that will live on in our memories forever.
1. Princess Diana's Sloane Style
Lady Di's layered bob, paired with pearls and a twinset, became the hairstyle of choice for anyone who wanted to look posh during the 1980s.
2. Farrah Fawcett's Charlie's Angel Flick
Just about everyone's mum rushed out to get Farrah Fawcett's flicked out blonde waves, brought to fame by her role in Charlie's Angels.
3. Twiggy's Pixie Crop
Twiggy gave short hair a wave of femininity when she made short blonde hair the look of choice in swinging London.
4. Olivia Newton-John's Curly Perm
We'll never forget Sandy's curly locks in 'Grease' as she embraced her sexier side, complete with skintight leather.
5. Audrey Hepburn's Chignon
It's safe to say that Audrey Hepburn's immaculate beehive with her hair piled high is probably the most recognisable hairstyle in history.
6. Jackie O's Blow Dry
Jackie Onassis was a sixties style icon for every middle-aged woman in the 1960s. The set bob with flicked-out ends was copied by well-to-do ladies everywhere.
7. Joanna Lumley's Purdy
The bowl hair cut Joanna Lumley sported in 'The Avengers' was the pinnacle of chic in the 1970s.
8. Sade's Pony Braid
Sade's easy breezy ponytail was effortlessly stylish and has served the test of time.
9. Princess Diana's Royal Crop
Diana reinvented herself in the 90s with this stylish 'do which was copied by just about every professional woman who wanted a sleek look.
10. Oprah Winfrey's Volumised Coiffure
Oprah Winfrey was the definition of power dressing when she gained popularity on her talk show throughout the 80s and early 90s.