The Most Iconic Wavy Hairstyles

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The Most Iconic Wavy Hairstyles
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The grass is always greener on the other side, but it might just be fair to say that wavy, voluminous hair is the envy of curly-haired girls and straight shooters alike. It's the perfect in between that can go either way, and with gorgeous celebrity looks like these over the years, who wouldn't want to get in on the wave action?

Bette Davis
Bette's eyes were her most notable feature during her days on screen, but her perfect finger waves inspired many copycats to come.

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Veronica Lake
The original femme fatale's trademark hairstyle was parted deeply to the side, obscuring one eye.

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Brigitte Bardot
Brigitte's super-long hair, mussed-up bouffant, and undone sex-on-the-beach waves were just one part of her trend-setting look, which also included smoky feline eyes and a nude lip.

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Farrah Fawcett
The "Charlie's Angels" babe's feathered hair defied gravity.

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Daryl Hannah
It's easy to see why Daryl was cast as a mermaid in "Splash"—she already had the hair for the part.

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Madonna
Madonna's look has changed countless times over the years, but she still rocks a similar loose, wavy hairstyle on the regular.

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Cindy Crawford
Big, voluminous hair like Cindy's became the "look" of the '90s, but not without a generous helping of mousse for every head.

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Gisele Bündchen
The Brazilian bombshell rocked the supermodel scene with her long legs and natural, beach-blown waves.

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Blake Lively
Blake has been inspiring major envy in the hearts of straight-haired girls everywhere since she first appeared as Serena van der Woodsen on "Gossip Girl."

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