Michelle pfeiffer's most memorable movie hair moments

Published 29th Apr 2017 by ruthhunsley
Michelle pfeiffer's most memorable movie hair moments FILM STILLS OF 'GREASE 2' WITH 1982, PATRICIA BRICH, MICHELLE PFEIFFER IN 1982 1982 Happy birthday, Michelle Pfeiffer! She may be 58 today, but her style is timeless and changeable - to celebrate her birthday we look back at some of her most memorable movie hair moments from a career which ranges from girl-next-door in Grease to mobster wife in Scarface. When she was cast as Stephanie in Grease 2, Michelle was a relative unknown with only a few TV bit parts to her name. Cast as leader of the Pink Ladies, Michelle went on to enjoy a meteoric rise to fame - and some epic hair in the process. Although the film is set in the 1960s, Michelle bouffant feels more reflective of the era in which it was filmed - the 1980s. Married To The Mob, Michelle Pfeiffer 1988 1988 saw Michelle cast as Angela de Marco, mobster wife extraordinaire. Set in Brooklyn in the early eighties and playing a glamazon, it's perhaps no surprise that Michelle went with seriously big hair. Somehow, these brushed-out curls still feel fresh - I love that swoop over from the left to showcase her earrings. 'Scarface', Michelle Pfeiffer 1983 It was as Elvira Hancock in Scarface that Michelle debuted her most memorable movie hairstyle of all. This sleek, polished bob with tucked-under ends is a slice of 80s film history and oozes pure vixen. Gwen Stefani is just one star to have resurrected this look , during her Sweet Escape promo tour. WITCHES OF EASTWICK, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, 1987 Sukie Ridgemont in The Witches of Eastwick allowed Michelle to have a bit more fun with her hair, competing against Cher and Susan Sarandon for the biggest, bushiest curls of all. Michelle might have lost out to Cher's majestic mane, but we love this texture. Michelle Pfeiffer in The Age of Innocence 1993 In The Age of Innocence, Michelle got to explore period hair for the first time as Ellen Olenska. Set in the 1870s, this hair truly reflects the trends of the era. Parisienne-inspired poodle curls - made famous by Marcel Grateau - were created by heating tiny tongs to create masses of ringlets, piled up high on the head.  


Published 29th Apr 2017

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