Evelyne Brochu’s (now painfully departed) character Delphine Cormier of the Canadian hit series Orphan Black, has some seriously enviable locks. Whether wavy or straight she knows how to style it to frame her face just so (well, her face isn’t hurting things either). Fans are so hot on this hair that it is reaching iconic status and it seems like a new tumblr devoted solely to its celebration crops up everyday.
Of course she’s not the first to attract so much lock lusting attention. Television stars, both male and female, have become pop culture hair icons throughout the years. So whether you’re planning a trip to the salon or you just like witnessing greatness, come take a stroll with us down hair history lane.
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