It's long, blond, wavy


July 23, 1992|By Genevieve Buck | Genevieve Buck,Chicago Tribune

Remember Bo Derek's braids in "10"? Dorothy Hamill's "wedge" cut, and the flurry of copycat hairstyles it generated? Farrah Fawcett's tousled, multilayered mane?

Well, don't be surprised if you start hearing women asking their hairstylists for "Meg Ryan hair."

Starring in "Prelude to a Kiss" with Alec Baldwin, Meg as Rita plays a pretty, perky, sometimes zany, serious, ethereal lead in the movie.

Though she does wear a memorable wedding gown, it's her hair that catches the eye. Long, blond, wavy, sometimes a bit crimped, other times hanging in long tendrils or pushed up and back loosely, Meg has that kind of "important" hair that some young women will lust after. And the kind that some young men will certainly visualize on the woman of their dreams.

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