Hillary Rodham Clinton's Changing Looks
As a senior at Maine East High School in Park Ridge, Ill., Hillary Rodham's hair was very properly coiffed in a conservative flip.
The beautiful Wellesley student got into the spirit of the '60s and let her locks flow.
As the First Lady of Arkansas, the accomplished lawyer wore her hair in a bumped-up, no-nonsense bob with wispy bangs. Heavy brows accented her baby blues.
The new White House resident had the perfect feathered power cut.
Headbands ahoy! Clinton adopted her signature accessory.
A voluminous short cut opened up the First Lady’s face.
Red lipstick, necklace and pantsuit for Senator Clinton.
Luckily for the Secretary of State, a swipe of fuschia lipstick, neutral liner, and gently flushed cheeks are an approved look on both sides of the aisle.
Remind you of anyone's yearbook photo? Secretary of State Clinton adopted a modernized version of her long-ago flip.
Softer, longer layers (sans scrunchie!) for the popular politician.
The former First Lady continued to grow out her signature locks.
Ms. Clinton freshened up her look by taking off a few inches.
The presidential hopeful continues to stick to a signature coif, opting for a layered bob.
To accept the Democratic nomination for president in Philadelphia, Clinton wore her hair in neatly feathered-out waves.