Sure, the lob may still be going strong, but on the other end of the hair spectrum there's the ultra-long, navel-grazing style (and, ahem, extensions) donned by many a star in 2015. A revival of sorts, we're looking back on all the lengthy bohemian-meets-bombshell manes that give Rapunzel a run for her money/inspire us to skip a haircut, or like five.
The French beauty was known to add length to her teased, platinum blonde mane.
Hailed the girl with flowers in her hair by Led Zeppelin, Mitchell's long, pin-straight strands and fringe was/is the ultimate bohemian combination.
The big-haired bombshell rang in a new decade with her voluminous, chest-concealing tendrils.
Cascading raven-black hair was as essential to Cher's '70s look as an embellished Bob Mackie dress.
Even at extremely long lengths, Ross is *all* about the volume.
She may be a natural blonde, but since the beginning of her career, Vergara has been known for her Rapunzel-like brunette lengths as much as her killer curves.
In recent years Kim K has ditched her ultra-lengthy hair extensions in favor of her natural length, but it's only a matter of time before she goes back.
J. Lo's waterfall of caramel-hued strands screams diva. 'Nuff said.
No stranger to an XXLong wig, Gaga's ghostly white-blonde 'do is everything.
RiRi has undergone more hair transformations than we can count on two hands, but her derrière-length, fire-engine-red hair will be forever ingrained in our brains.
As her decades-long career has continued on, Campbell's signature black locks have grown longer and longer.
The queen of ever-changing hair, this mint green, color-blocked-roots look is her longest 'do to date.
The R&B songstress ultra-dark, super-long hair evokes a '70s throwback for 2015.
A bohemian at heart, Hudgens accents her beloved braid crowns with belly-button-length waves.
Gomez took the sleek route with her thick, shiny, and Morticia-Addams-like strands.