Star Trek was one of the first groundbreaking 60′s TV shows : featuring women and minorities in commander roles during the civil rights movement.
Seven of Nine
Seven of Nine (portrayed by Jeri Ryan) appears in Star Trek: Voyager. Born human, she was assimilated by the Borg at the age of six.
Style: Seven of Nine’s sports a hot figure-hugging silver costume (she has the figure to pull it off) and a stylish hairdo:
Lieutenant Ilia (played by late Miss India Persis Khambhatta) appears in The Motion Picture (1979). Ilia, a Deltan from the planet Delta IV, had had a pre-existing relationship with Willard Decker; neither of them survived The Motion Picturethough.
Style: Ilia is the only character I know who looks lovely with the shaved head.
Nyota Uhura, originally played by Nichelle Nichols, was one of the first major black characters on an American television series.
Style: Large lunary ear rings, perfect hairdo and minimum makeup – Uhura’s look is stylish, yet very simple.
Lieutenant Saavik portrayed by Kirstie Alley (yes, she used to be hot!) is a character of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Half Vulcan, she was a cold character very seldom displaying any emotions.
Style: Red Starfleet uniformand red lips – and you get it!
Portrayed by actress Marina Sirtis, Deanna Troi was the main character in Star Trek: The Next Generation . She was is a betazoid/human hybrid and had the ability to sense emotions.
Robin Lefler portrayed by Ashley Judd is Starfleet engineer serving aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D in 2368. She was a creator of famous Lefler’s laws: “When I learn something essential” she explained, “I make up a law about it. That way, I never forget.”
Style: Lefler spots a soft look: lightweight matte makeup with wide eyebrows as well as neat hairdo perfectly complimenting her romantic character.
Sub-Commander T’Pol, played by Jolene Blalock in Star Trek: Enterprise, was a Vulcan who serves as the science officer aboard the starship Enterprise.
Style: Stunning catwoman-styled outfit in various color palettes makes T’Pol look better than any Bond girl, I’d say.
Nona played by Nancy Kovack appeared in the Star Trek episode entitled, “A Private Little War“. She was leader of the Hill People on the planet Neural. Nona possessed mystical powers that kept her hubby Tyree under her spell.
Style: Awesome dark fleecy hair combined with cat-eye make-up and Xena-styled outfit makes the woman one of the sexiest women of Star Trek.
B. G. Robinson
B. G. Robinson portrayed by Teri Hatcher (previous to her knockout rebirth in Deparate Housewives) appeared in the episode entitled, “The Outrageous Okona” and quickly caught everyone’s attention.
Style: Elegant forms and awesome dark hair – the look of beautiful princess from the future.
“New” Uhura played by Zoe Saldana in 2009 Star Trek movie was portraying young Spock’s beloved woman.
Style: New Uhura brings a fresh and chic look. If you want to look like her, keep your hair high and throw on some liquid liner for the cat-eye effect.