Lorainne Broughton, Atomic Blonde: The M16 agent’s killer instincts are perfectly complemented with razor-sharp liner and a seriously sculpted jawline.
Katniss Everdeen, The Hunger Games: Yes, this was the infamous braid that launched a thousand variations — and tutorials — ranging from waterfall to fishtail.
Shosanna Dreyfus, Inglorious Basterds: To this day, we find that nothing says you’re ready to kick a** and take names quite like impeccable lipstick and a blowout.
Rey, Star Wars: How do you elevate Princess Leia’s iconic twin buns? By transforming it into a trio, of course.
Naomi Lapaglia, Wolf Of Wall Street: Home girl could teach a masterclass in stylishly disheveled coifs, TBH.
Helen Harris III, Bridesmaid: Maybe sheer willpower (and hairspray) is all you really need for waves that stay all day. Let’s not forget her ‘do lasted through food poisoning and multiple meltdowns.
Babydoll, Sucker Punch: We’ll admit to spending an inconceivable amount of time searching for the flutteriest, most voluminous falsies after catching this action flick.
Lara Craft, Tomb Raider: She lost the braid, but we do love that high swingin’ pony too.
Amy Dunne, Gone Girl: It’s not really a mane makeover unless you did it in a gas station bathroom with the intention of framing your husband for murder... some might say.
Maleficient, Maleficent Mistress Of Evil: Holy heck, cheekbones.
Elsa, Frozen: The side braid ain’t going nowhere, folks. Also, hair accessories are back and we're crediting the ice queen for the revival.
Nina Sayers, Black Swan: If you think your smoky eye is dramatic you've got another thing coming.
Shuri, Black Panther: Yes, you can do braids, buns, and twists all at once. The Princess of Wakanda decrees it.
Jillian Holtzmann, Ghostbusters: The remake of the cult classic may not be a masterpiece, but Holtzmann’s hair sure is.
Furiosa, Mad Max Fury Road: You don’t need liner or shadow — the Imperator proves that grease paint does the job just fine.