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Curly Times On the Big Screen

As a proud owner of a big curly head, I have decided to dedicate an especially stylish post today for curls in cinema. Over the years I had seen some inspirational hairdos on T.V and some wacky ones too. I’ve collected a few photos from several films I love watching, me and my big hair, and as I tend to do sometimes (especially this week) I ranked them. Top ten curly hairstyles on the big screen, here we go! …Bear with me here… next week I’ll go back to my usual film and music thoughts and reviews. I’m in a ranking mood this week.

For my #10 I chose Annabella Sciorra as Leonora (Mr. Wonderful, 1993)

I kind of dig that puffy hairdo, but it’s too dark and the bangs is a definite no go, as I see it.

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#9 goes to Bette Midler as Mary Rose Foster (The Rose, 1979)

I like this hairstyle, but not on Bette Midler. She’s excellent in the film, though!

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#8 goes to Nicole Kidman as Dr. Claire Lewicki (Days of Thunder, 1990)

Nicole is beautiful with her golden locks. No other reason for putting her as my number 8, except I just liked other hairdos better.

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#7 goes to the gorgeous Michelle Pfeiffer as Angela de Marco (Married to the Mob, 1988)

Anything looks good on Michelle! But still… other hairdos. Sorry.

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#6 goes to Barbra Streisand as Esther Hoffman (A Star Is Born, 1976)

Defiantly not better then Michelle’s, but just soooo funky!! That perfectly round hairdo takes a lot of courage to put on. It was the 70’s, though…

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#5 is for Julia Roberts as Hilary O’neil (Dying Young, 1991)

Always so classy and elegant with her flowing red hair. A pretty woman, or not?

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#4 goes to Afro Chic Beyoncé Knowles as Foxxy Cleopatra (Austin Powers in Goldmember, 2002)

Did I say FUNKYYY?

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#3 goes to, and with most respect, Jennifer Beals as Alex (Flashdance, 1983)

I want this hairdo! It’s absolutely amazing and I love it! If you’ll need me, I’ll be at the hair salon.

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#2 goes to Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Gina Montana (Scarface, 1983)

I guess it’s all that 80’s mafia disco glam that got me into it, but I think this hairstyle is an 80’s winner! And she looks amazing! I’ll go out one night looking like this. I must!

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And finally to my #1! I am most delighted to give it to Patricia Quinn as Magenta

(The Rocky Horror Picture Show, 1975)

Magenta is a long live female model of mine. From wardrobe to make-up to crazy hairstyle, I adore this character. Next Halloween guess who I’m going as…

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“I’m lucky, he’s lucky, we’re all lucky! Ha, ha, ha…”

 Oh, yeah… and this is me.

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4 thoughts on “Curly Times On the Big Screen

  1. I watched Nicole Kidman in Days of Thunder during the week and instantly thought of you, and 1988 vintage Michelle Pfeiffer: Be still my heart. So impossibly attractive, even those garish 80’s fashions look good on her.

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    1. PAUL!!! That’s so nice! I missed you!!! Nicole Kidman was gorgeous on Days of Thunder, wasn’t she? I truly do not understand why she had decided to straighten them her beautiful golden curls… I do believe that was her true beauty. I’m all up for those amazing 80’s curly hairdos, Nicole, Michelle, Julia Roberts was also a significant curls symbol back in the day. Thank you for the lovely comment, My friend 🙂

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