Did you know that the hairstylist who created "The Rachel" for Jen Aniston created "The Miley" this weekend?
Cyrus' tweeted out pics of her ultra blonde, ultra short 'do, courtesy of Chris McMillan.
"Never felt more like me in my whole life" she wrote.
Hers is just the latest cut destined to join a long list of hairstyles named after the stars who made them famous.
Here are our favorites.
McMillan created this look, too. Jennifer Aniston's voluminous shoulder-length cut started a craze back in '95. Today, her beachy tresses are still making waves.
RiRi is known for her crazy hairstyles nowadays, but it all started back in her Umbrella-ella-ella days with this cropped 'do.
This '70's throwback started a trend; many women still want a modern version of the "Charlie's Angels" blowout today.
Bo Derek is one of the few women that can make this work. (Note: Monica Geller during the "Friends" Barbados trip).
This short, sweet cut was pioneered by the Academy award-winning actress.
The Sinead/Bald Britney
Nothing compares to this look. (Get it?) Maybe Britney Spears' breaking point was just an ode to her favorite Irish folk singer.
It's business in the front, squirrels fighting in the back for this look. Goes well with both mom jeans and high fashion.
Three sweet women, one sweet look.
This flower child hair is classically composed of wavy, long hair and blunt bangs. But after wearing that style for so long, you've got to wonder, is a giant forehead lurking behind that thick sheet of hair?
The Meg Ryan
Back in her "You've Got Mail" days, Ryan sported her signature short cut. She's worn a variation to this day.
Cyrus tweeted out pics of her ultra blonde, ultra short 'do.