Goldie Hawn, known for her stunning long hair today, sported a transformative pageboy cut in the 1960s that enhanced her look.
Ever since the late 1960s, Goldie Hawn has been a symbol of beauty, characterized by her Californian blonde hair, abundant waves, and messy bangs. Over the years, Hawn has experimented with various hairstyles, from a stylish bob to lengthy waves, all the while preserving her iconic curls.
In 1968, Hawn rose to fame on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. Her sultry, tousled pageboy cut breathed new life into a style that had been in vogue for more than a decade, adding a contemporary spin to it.