Sometimes we look to the past for inspiration. Retro
hairstyles can be
a fun way to change your look and style.
Celebrities and hair stylists are well known for wearing and reviving
'old school' hair do's and adding a modern twist to them for that extra
But how do you know which era to go for?
You are in the right place my friend, here I have provided you with
some idea's of hairstyles through the eras and a little bit of
information about the stories behind the styles.
Whether it's a 1960's Beehive hairstyle or a flapper style bob, you can
find out more here in the Retro Hairstyles section!
were short and boyish, with cropped Bob haircuts, worn with with
flapper style fashion of the time. The 20's era was really about women looking
androgynous almost boyish.
By the 1930's,
women wanted their femiminity back and slightly longer styles began to
appear, along with soft cute finger waves.
The trend for feminine glamour continued into the 1940's where stars like Veronica Lake and Rita Hayworth sizzled on the silver
screen, wearing long sultry wavy hairsyles.
Look to the 1950's era for the more outrageous beehive, bouffant and poodle cut styles as women became more individual and self expressive.
The pin curl style still maintained a presence in the post war era of
the 50's and popular screen sirens such as Elizabeth Taylor and
Bridgett Bardot used these opulent styles to accentuate their rare
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