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17 Haircuts That'll Never Go Out of Style

These styles have stood the test of time
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Trends may come and go, but there are certain haircuts that just have staying power, and it's not for nothing -- they look good. Sure, the various in-vogue styles are wont to evolve over the years, but it's easy to pick out certain cuts that keep on coming back, decade after decade. So, if you're looking to get a new hairstyle, why not find something chic that will stand the test of time?

Now, the word "timeless" might have you thinking of something outdated and un-stylish, but you can rest assured; that's not the case. From trendy micro-pixies to the perennially popular shoulder-length shag, there are plenty of hairstyles that manage to pull off the dual task of drawing from the past and existing easily in the present. With that in mind, are you ready to find your next look? Keep reading for 17 of our favorite timeless hairstyles!

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Structured Wavy Bob
From Marlene Dietrich to Black Widow in "The Avengers" to Tessa Thompson, it's really looking like the structured wavy bob will always make for a stylish staple.

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Center-Parted Simplicity
It's one of the easiest hairstyles in the book -- so it stands to reason that it would stand the test of time. Plus, there are so many ways to wear the look; be it polished and dressed-up like Elle Fanning or a little more carefree like a '70s-era Ali MacGraw.

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A Full Fringe
Zooey's trademark full fringe is like something straight out of a French new wave film -- in other words, it's Anna Karina-approved.

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Ultra-Short Pixie
Mia Farrow came to be closely associated with the ultra-mod pixie she wore in "Rosemary's Baby." Fast forward to the 2010s, and everyone from Zoe Kravitz to Kristen Stewart has taken the timeless hairstyle out for a spin.

BY ROSIE NARASAKI | NOV 3, 2017 | SHARES
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