Audrey Hepburn's "Breakfast at Tiffany's" hairstyle has been named the most influential style ever, our friends over at DailyMakeover report.
The late actresses' chic updo in the 1961 film - in which she played lead character Holly Golightly - has been given the honor after British hairstylists voted it top of their list in a recent poll, revealing it is the most requested style in U.K. salons.
Other vintage cuts in the list included Marilyn Monroe's trademark platinum curls, which were second, and model Twiggy's crop in third.
Jennifer Aniston made the top 10 for her "Friends" character Rachel Green's hairstyle - aptly named "The Rachel" - while Victoria Beckham's "Pob" was also among the front-runners.
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