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Can you guess these famous cartoon characters by their hairstyles?

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It might have been a while since we sat and watched a cartoon, but the animated characters from our childhood are still lovingly ingrained in our minds.

So we were rather excited to put our knowledge to the test when we stumbled across this new artwork of iconic hairstyles from famous fictional television shows and films.

French art director Madani Bendjellal, who is most well-known for his collection of untitled film posters, is behind the graphic series titled ‘Hair Max'. 

Some of the illustrations are immediately familiar while others are oddly obscure. However they all have a little clue at the bottom if you get stuck.

How many can you guess correctly out of ten? Find the answers are at the bottom...

1.

Betty Boop

2.

Mowgli

3.

Marge simpson

4. 

Aladdin

5.

Chuckie

6.

TinTin

7. 

Charlie Brown

8.

Princess Leia

9.

Simpson

10.

Superman

Answers: 1. Betty Boop, 2.Mowgli from The Jungle Book, 3. Marge Simpson from The Simpsons, 4. Aladdin, 5. Chuckie Finster from Rugrats, 6. Tintin, 7. Charlie Brown from Peanuts comic strips, 8. Princess Leia from Star Wars, 9. Homer Simpson from The Simpsons, 10. Superman

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