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Hair Styles 1960's - 2000's

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Ashley Kujawa

on 3 June 2013

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By: Ashley K. & Lexi S. Hair Styles 1960's 1970's The Shag 1980's Flicks and Wings Flicks were seen on both short and long hairstyles. They emerged in the early ’70s before Charlie’s Angels (1976) brought the ultimate flicked hair to our attention in the shape of Farrah Fawcett and her “Farrah flicks”. The Bouffant The person who is accredited for this style is Jane Fonda’s character Bree Daniels (as pictured) in the film Klute (1971). The 1970's were a time of trying to figure out your gender through hairstyle, The 1980's was just about trying to be Original and Flashy. Fashion in the 1960's saw more change and diversity. Jackie Kennedy influenced the women's hair styles. It was called the "Jackie O Style" Backcombed within an inch of its life, the big, smooth and rounded bouffant style could be twinned with curled flicked up ends, or smoothed round and curled under. Famous people who used the "Bouffant" were:
First lady Jackie Kennedy
Lady Bird Johnson
The supremes
Dusty springfield A distinctively hive-shaped backcombed and lacquered mountain of hair that would last for many days The Beehive The style "beehive" was said made by Margaret Vinci Heldt of Elmhurst, Illinois, owner of the Margaret Vinci Coiffures in downtown Chicago. 1990's 2000's Like the 60's the 70's was a diverse decade for hairstyles. Hairstyles varied from long, soft and feminine to short and androgynous. The "Rachel " combined all the key elements the 90's hair styles. Razor cut layering, smooth styling and softly finished ends. The Rachel Stared in the popular tv show "Friends" A bouncy, square layered hairstyle. Pointed ends The pixie cut A pixie cut is a short wispy haircut that typically ends above the ears. Not all women can pull off the pixie cut influenced screen stars Winona Ryder and Halle Berry. women decided to go plain, long and straight. Blonde hair was huge. straighteners used to make hair straight and to curl the ends. The long blonde straight hair. short blonde hair with curled end used with a straighter. The main influence of this time was Farrah Fawcett. She was on of the main characters on Charlies Angels. It is a unisex, no frills cut that involved evenly-progressing layers with graduated sides and a full fringe Some people that inspired these looks were Kim Basinger, Madonna, and Molly Ringwald Mermaid hair Mermaid hair is created by crimping all your hair and teasing it but most of all using a ton of hairspray! The Side Pony The Bubblegum pop and valley girl mallrats are the ones to blame for this 1980's hair style This hair style is an just another formation of the "pony tail" that girls use today but again with a lot of teasing and hairspray!
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