• Hair trends come and go, but stick-straight hair, whether it's natural, blown out, or flat-ironed, is timeless. From the early '60s to today, pin-straight hair is a look with serious staying power. These 10 celebrities may change up their styles from time to time, but they always go back to these sleek straight hairstyles.

    Kate Moss
    There's nothing about Kate that isn't iconic, but the straight shoulder-length hair she sported at the start of her career is a particular standout.

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  • Cher
    Cher's long, dark hair defined the sun-kissed natural glamour of the early '60s and inspired teenage girls to take clothing irons to their own hair.

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  • Jennifer Aniston
    The "Friends" star wore refreshingly pin-straight strands post-"the Rachel."

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  • Paris Hilton
    The heiress's long, straight extensions took center stage in Hollywood nightlife and "The Simple Life."

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  • Maureen McCormick
    Marcia Brady had the fine, fluttery straight hair of every American girl's dreams.

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  • Liv Tyler
    Liv's thick, dark mane is almost as iconic as her dad Steven's quirky rock persona.

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  • Ali MacGraw
    The '70s film icon wore her long hair in a center part as the ill-fated Jenny in "Love Story."

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow
    In decades past, GOOP was fond of stick-straight, flat-ironed styles.

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  • Jane Birkin
    The Hermès bag's namesake ushered in a generation of straight, air-dried hair worn long with blunt bangs.

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  • Mischa Barton
    Mischa was the epitome of the early 00's California girl as Marissa Cooper on "The O.C.," complete with thick tawny hair.

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10 Most Iconic Celebrity Straight Hairstyles


10 Most Iconic Celebrity Straight Hairstyles

Or should we say, <i>iron</i>-ic?

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