I Really Love My … Hairstyle!
Jennifer Aniston's Center-Parted Strands
The actress is responsible for two of the most famous hairstyles of the past 30 years: “The Rachel” in the '90s, and her signature straight-down-the-middle, flat-ironed layers ever since.
Gigi Hadid's Slicked-Back Style
After seeing the supermodel sporting wet-looking, combed-down strands on three separate occasions, we're beginning to think the jet-setting star simply doesn't have enough time to get her hair blown out before hitting the red carpet.
Ariana Grande's Half-Up Ponytail
Years of bleaching her hair for TV meant her signature hairstyle was born out of necessity – “My actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down,” she once said — but now that she's kept it going for years, we're starting to think she just really loves it.
Sofia Vergara's Bouncy Blowout
You're going to have to wait another 20 years to see the Modern Family star in anything besides her preferred voluminous, glossy waves: “I think women once they hit 40, they shouldn’t put their hair up again until they’re 60,” she told PeopleStyle.
Kim Kardashian West's Sleek Bun
The standard Kardashian hairstyle (a center-parted low bun without a hair out of place) follows this simple formula: Wet hair, use a comb to center-part strands and then pull back and tie with an elastic. It's that easy, which is probably why Kim continues to revert back to the look on and off the red carpet.
Gabrielle Union's Pretty Pony
The Being Mary Jane actress loves experimenting with her tresses (she's rocked everything from a bob to braids to buns), but her latest look seems to have staying power: She's loving a perky, high ponytail for her mane events.
Lena Dunham's Deep Side Part
Now that the actress' pixie cut has officially grown out into a chic, short bob, she's starting to have some fun with part placement. Her current fave style? A very defined deep part, which constantly switches sides so as not to feel too stale.