Hollywood Is Hooked On ‘70s Haircuts In Every Style & Length

How could you not be?

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There’s no denying (or escaping) the current grip the ‘70s has on Hollywood — and beyond. But considering how many many iconic films, musicians, and trends debuted that decade, it all makes sense. Ahead, TZR rounds up celebrities’ favorite ‘70s hairstyles, with looks for every length and taste.

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Earthy face-framing braids are an easy way to infuse some of that ‘70s boho energy into even the simplest hairstyles, as demonstrated by Margot Robbie. The casual, loose structure of the braids is key — plait them too tight and you veer into ‘00s territory instead.Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images
It doesn’t get much more quintessentially ‘70s than a shag-style bowl cut, one of the most instantly-recognizable short haircuts of the decade. Zendaya’s played around with the extreme hairstyles a few times on the red carpet, but her ultra-shiny shag at a Met Gala is in a league of its own.Larry Busacca/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
And speaking of shags — one of the best things to come out of the ‘70s beauty resurgence is the modern takes on classic haircuts of the era. Billie Eilish’s choppy, shaggy layers and long curtain bangs are visibly inspired by the ‘70s, but still feel thoroughly modern thanks to the shape and length.@billieilish
In the ‘60s and ‘70s, the power of a natural hair Afro was as much about protest as it was beauty. The hairstyle is still evocative as ever, and Solange’s voluminous Afro on the red carpet proves it — this look could have taken her straight from the Met Gala to Studio 54 and back.Jennifer Graylock/FilmMagic/Getty Images
“Farrah Fawcett C,” Ciara very aptly captioned this photo of her long layers fluffed up to their fullest potential. Paired with her swoopy curtain bangs, the elbow-skimming curls instantly call to mind the iconic Charlie’s Angels star.@ciara
The great thing about Emily Ratajkowski’s face-framing layers and notable volume is that the ‘70s-inspired haircut would look just as great — and just as decade-appropriate — if it was chopped above her shoulders. The most versatile hairstyles truly work at any length.@emrata
Between her her pin-straight hair’s impressive length and those long, lash-grazing bangs, Naomi Campbell looks straight out of a glamorous ‘70s ad campaign. Though the look is essentially her signature aesthetic now, it’s still retro-inspired enough to feel exciting every time she wears it.Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images
If you’ve yet to experiment with short hair, Lana Condor’s thick, flipped-out bob might be the thing to convince you. The layering adds so much volume and ‘70s energy, only heightened by the brushed-back teasing at the front and crown of her hair.John Shearer/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
The only way Janelle Monáe’s braided pigtails could look more ‘70s is if she threaded the plaits with little flowers instead of Chanel jewelry and brooches. The center part and ultra-long length really drive the flower power vibes home.WWD/Penske Media/Getty Images
Beyoncé’s new album is filled with both subtle and overt references to ‘70s disco, but she’s been dabbling in the retro aesthetic for years now. At at an NBA event, her fluffy, honey-blonde half-ponytail and gleaming, gold-toned makeup feel like clues for Renaissance, laid years in advance.@beyonce

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