At this point, we’ve pretty much mastered the weekend-in.
Between stockpiling accessories, spring cleaning our hair products, and saving summer inspo images, we’re being very productive these days.
So–what’s on this week’s agenda? A mane movie marathon, obvs. Grab your favorite hair mask and chilled glass of rosé and press play because this weekend we’re binging these 16 famous film with stand out strands. Because tresses look better in technicolor.
1. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Why not start with a classic? Starring the iconic Marylin Monroe and Jane Russell, this 1953 film features pin curls and old Hollywood glam like you would not believe.
2. Moonrise Kingdom
There's nothing quite like the pastel palette of a Wes Anderson film. Set on isolated east coast island, this twee little love story features knee socks, berets, and a whole lot of 60s inspo.
Brigette Bardot and Jean-Luc Goddard- name a more iconic duo. Cat eyeliner, French girl bedhead, and oversized headbands make this movie a Mane Addicts fave.
4. The Aviator
Martin Scorcese's Howard Hughes biopic has the only thing a Mane Addict really needs in a movie: Cate Blanchett playing Katharine Hepburn in a bright red wig.
Shot in over 80 Parisian locations, Amélie is basically a crash course in French girl style. Audrey Tautou's page boy bob is the daring 'do we're dying to try.
6. A View to Kill
Forget waist-length locks- supermodel Grace Jones' Bond girl turn in A View to Kill is proof the fade is timeless af.
7. The Great Gatsby
We're not sure whose strands we envy more, Leo's or Carrey's. Baz Lurhmann's take on this literary classic is all glitz and glam and ultra-cropped bobs.
Can any hair possibly compare to Beyonce's afro in Goldmember? As usual, Queen B's got everyone beat.
9. Dirty Dancing
From feathered fringe to pretty perms, Dirty Dancing is an 80s retro trip down mane memory lane.
10. Pulp Fiction
Who hasn't rocked a Mia Wallace wig on Halloween at least one time? Uma Thurman's blunt bangs are one of cinema's most recognizable styles.
11. Almost Famous
With crocheted crop tops and natural blonde curls, Kate Hudson's Penny Lane is the ultimate bohemian babe. This Cameron Crowe classic is full of super chic 70s inspo.
12. Sorry To Bother You
We stan Tessa Thompson. The actress steals the screen with her neon orange curls in Boots Riley's feature film debut.
12. Pretty Woman
We're down to bring back Julia Roberts' wild Pretty Woman curls comeback.
Watching anything other than this cult classic? Ugh, as if! From headbands to double barrettes, up your accessory game with a little help from the Clueless trio.
15. Breakfast at Tiffany's
We can't pay homage to movie manes without including a little Audrey Hepburn. From French twists to floppy hats Holly Golightly's looks will never go out of style.
Musicals always have the best manes. Sandy Olsson and Danny Zuko will go down in hair history as cinema's most stylish couple.