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The Most Iconic Hairstyles From The Year You Were Born

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10. 1959
Another classic style? Agnès Laurent, AKA Mandy Moore's doppelgänger, practically invented French Girl bangs. This 'do would be just as darling today. Whether you’re wearing your hair down or in an updo like Agnès, bangs bring that extra sweet touch to perfectly frame your face.

And in case you’re wondering what makes the French Girl fringe different from other bangs, hairstylist Larry King identifies two distinct qualities: “it arches just above the brows, tending to be rounded” and “it is always heavy but with textured ends rather than a perfect line.”