5 vintage hairstyles of 20th century aesthetics that are back in fashion. Photo
It's not just clothing that can come back into fashion, such as low-rise jeans or denim overalls. Fashion is cyclical in everything, including hairstyles. Some of the vintage styling and haircuts that were popular in the 50s or 60s are relevant again and are winning the hearts of fashionistas around the world.
Find out in OBOZREVATEL's article what hair experiments will help you make your looks sophisticated and elegant. Get ideas from the fashion icons of the last century!
French film actress, fashion model, singer, and dancer Brigitte Bardot in her youth made loose hair with thick curtain bangs that outlined the temples and created the effect of high cheekbones popular. Today, this haircut is one of the easiest ways to make interesting changes to your appearance.
In the '60s, women spent a lot of time every morning lightly curling the ends of their hair (loose or in a ponytail). They were trying to copy the hairstyle of the American actress, singer, and comedian Mary Tyler Moore, a fashion icon at the time. Nowadays, her stylish technique is used by singer Justin Bieber's wife, model Hailey Bieber, and singer Ariana Grande. The effect of the flip hairstyle can be achieved by using large curlers.
3. Curled hair
In the 70s, the legendary American actress Farrah Fawcett had a multi-tiered hairstyle: carelessly curled strands with lush volume. This hairstyle made her hair look supernaturally thick. Thus, if you want to add "natural magnetism" to your curls and make it difficult for people to look away, feel free to make similar curls.
4. French bob
The American dancer, model, and silent film actress Louise Brooks, a style icon of the 20s, had a signature hairstyle in the form of an ultra-short, smooth bob with bangs. The ends of her hair emphasized her cheekbones. When women saw their idol on the screen, they immediately ran to hairdressers to do something similar. Today, there are fewer such brave women, because not everyone will agree to cut off a solid length of hair.
5. Big bows
At the beginning of her film career, the French actress, singer, and model Catherine Deneuve often experimented with hairstyles. Her favorite was the one with a lush pile. But a high ponytail with a large bow looked no less impressive: she starred in films and attended social events with this accessory. It added a touch of infantilism and cuteness to Catherine's looks. Many years have passed, and bows are coming back into fashion, as evidenced by this year's Chanel Haute Couture show. So fix your ponytails with elegant and minimalistic bows.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 5 stylish tricks of Princess Diana, Elizabeth II and other royals that you will want to repeat.