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Bret Michaels

Bret Michaels may have swapped big hair for cowboy hats when it comes to his style but he’s still making the ladies swoon. You may never reach rock star status or even reality TV star status but no one is saying you can’t look like one. By combining elements of rock n’ roll with country, Bret’s look is easy to achieve. Feeling gutsy? Throw on some black eyeliner and take the karaoke stage with “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.”

Luanne Platter

In King of the Hill, Luanne Platter (voiced by Brittany Murphy) is Hank and Peggy Hill’s niece. After her mom stabs her dad with a fork and their trailer home gets repossessed, she moves in with the Hills. She sometimes aspires to be a hair stylist, but is mostly lazy.

Fred Jones

In Scooby Doo, Fred Jones is the official leader of Mystery Incorporated. The preppy blonde never forgets his orange ascot when he goes off to build traps and solve mysteries.

Daphne Blake

Daphne’s a member of the mystery solving Scooby-Doo gang, however she always seems to be the one who’s kidnapped and relying on the others to save her.

Chun-Li

Chun-Li is notable for being the first well-known playable female video game character, who was first introduced in the game Street Fighter. This has earned her the title of “first lady of fighting games.” Don’t let her cute hairstyle fool you though. She packs a mean kick with her trademark Lightening Kick and Spinning Bird Kick moves.

E. Honda

Edmond Honda, better known as E. Honda, is a professional sumo wrestler who’s featured in the video game Street Fighter. Honda’s signature move is the Hyaku Retsu Harite which literally translates to the Hundred Violent Sumo Hands but is more commonly referred to as the Hundred Hand Slap.

Betty Boop

Betty Boop made her debut in the 1930’s and is considered to be one of the first sex symbols on the animated screen. She is representative of the Jazz Age flappers and a symbol of the Depression era. She even made a cameo appearance in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Smurfette

Smurfette was originally made by Gargamel in order to distract the Smurfs and capture them. Gargamel’s plan backfired though because the Smurfs’ kindness made her want to be a Smurf. She originally had short black hair but after Papa Smurf turned her into a real Smurf, she emerged with long blonde locks.

Wolverine

Wolverine is everyone’s favorite Canadian comic book hero, usually portrayed by Hugh Jackman when he’s hugely jacked. He’s the grumpy member of the X-Men, due to the fact that he doesn’t know much more about his past than that his real name is Logan. You’ll have to supply your own adamantium skeleton on this one.

Marge Simpson

Marge Simpson is the ever-patient matriarch of the Simpsons family. She’s often the voice of reason when her husband, Homer, launches himself into every impulsive idea that he has. Marge is famous for her blue beehive – perhaps she took a few hairstyle tips from The Bride of Frankenstein?