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Most Influential Celebrity Hairstyles of All Time
Elvis’ voluminous, slicked-back black coif remains a quintessential part of his legacy and an unmistakable element of his look.
Dubbed the “Arthur” by George Harrison, the shaggy mop-top style was sported, with some variation, by all four Beatles during the 1960s.
Dreadlocks really gained popularity in the U.S. after Bob Marley converted to Rastafarianism in the early ’70s and adopted the style.
“Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope” screened in theaters across the country in 1977, catapulting Carrie Fisher—and her character Leia’s signature buns—to stardom.