There are as many hairstyles as there are people who wear them. But while some styles are unique to you, others are a living piece of cultural and social history. Some are iconic (an Afro, dreadlocks, the Veronica Lake over-one-eye wave), and others fade from memory, leaving only their influence on hairstyles of the future. The following five styles have a lot of history behind them, and definitely deserve to remain relevant. Do you know these significant styles' names? Take my quiz to find out.
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These waves were one of the definitive styles of the 1930s, and were made popular by stars like Jean Harlow and Ginger Rogers. What are they called?
Smile and waves
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Princesses in Japan during the Heian period traditionally wore this hairstyle, which has thick, chin-length sidelocks and heavy bangs. What's it called?
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Louise Brooks made this daring haircut, now a staple with innumerable variations, popular in the 1920s. What's it called?
The bowl cut
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This hairstyle worn by sumo wrestlers was also once a favorite among samurai warriors. What's it called?
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This traditional Hopi women's hairstyle has a pretty garden name. What is it?
Strawberry flower whorls
Princess Leia buns
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