One of the most universally recognized figures in America, Rosie the Riveter is an easy Halloween hairstyle.
Marilyn Monroe was known for her short blonde bombshell haircut and red lipstick. You can capture this look even if you have longer hair by securing
Britney’s schoolgirl moment in the "Hit Me Baby One More Time" video is a Halloween hairstyle classic.
A Wednesday Addams costume can be finished in a snap, or should I say a *snap snap*. For this goth look, you’ll need to center part your hair
This one's easy peasy—pull your hair into a top knot, then add headphones, sunglasses, and a tiara and you'll look like you just landed from Genovia.
No matter which Who from How the Grinch Stole Christmas you try to emulate, you’re going to need hairspray.
We've seen '60s-inspired hairstyles everywhere this year including runways and the red carpet. To get in on the trend and channel some of the decade’s beauty icons
Princess Leia’s side buns are beloved by Star Wars fans across the galaxy. Whether you choose to wear an all-white outfit to complement your Leia buns or not,
If you don’t have a pair of devil horns available, you can still evoke Maleficent vibes with just your hair.
Betty’s tightly curled raven hair is a great option for anyone with short hair. You’ll need a center part and curls courtesy of either a curling iron or foam rollers.