Whether you realize it or not, a character's hair has a lot to do with their place in a film. Case in point: Anne Hathaway 's pixie cut in Les Misérables was just voted  the most influential film hairstyle of all time. And while Anne's cut is definitely iconic, we've rounded up 10 of our picks for most influential film styles. Just keep clicking!
Mia Farrow in Rosemary's Baby
Playing the soon-to-be mother of Satan's spawn, Mia Farrow put the gamine pixie cut on the map in Rosemary's Baby.
Molly Ringwald in Pretty in Pink
Pretty in Pink is constantly heralded for its quintessential '80s style, and Molly Ringwald's curly coiffure is an iconic look of that era.
Bo Derek in 10
Emerging from the surf, hair in the wind, Bo Derek's beaded braids in 10 were sealed in movie hair history.
Halle Berry in Monster's Ball
Her role in Monster's Ball won Halle Berry  the Oscar for best actress, and her piecy crop only added to her sex appeal.
Grace Jones in A View to Kill
Even though Grace Jones's flattop in A View to Kill was considered a masculine cut at the time, women started considering the style of this evil villain.
Jennifer Beals in Flashdance
Jennifer Beals's fuzzy bedhead was an '80s mainstay, and the way she whipped it around in Flashdance makes it one of the more memorable styles in film.
Jane Fonda in Klute
Playing lady-of-the-night Bree Daniels in Klute, Jane Fonda sported a feathered shag with some serious edge.
Julie Christie in Shampoo
When you're canoodling with your handsome hairstylist, a structured bob like Julie Christie's in Shampoo is well within reach.
Audrey Heburn in Roman Holiday
Audrey Hepburn's piecy gamine crop in Roman Holiday is both elegant and spunky, making it one of her most well-known styles.
Carrie Fisher in Star Wars
Carrie Fisher's pastry-shaped buns in Star Wars proved that even though you're fighting intergalactic war, your hair can always look its best.