Fashion is constantly returning, but it seems that the style of the 60s is with us forever, especially when it comes to hairstyles. British supermodel Twiggy pioneered short hair, and the first lady of America pioneered the bob hairstyle. At the same time, American singer and political activist Joan Baez made shoulder-length popular. Audrey Hepburn appeared in films with the famous bangs and gathered hair, and Brigitte Bardot - with loose curls and fleece. BeautyHack.ru - about haircuts of that time, relevant now. Feel free to take one of the five photos below to your master!
Twiggy's pixie cut
It's hard to talk about 60s fashion without mentioning Leslie Lawson, best known as Twiggy. Her pixie haircut then looked very bold, even daring, but at the same time incredibly touching and cute. Now this hairstyle is still in trend. For a long time it was worn by Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Zendaya, Rihanna. Bella Hadid also cut her hair last year. See 50 pixie photos of stars here.
Jackie Kennedy's Bob Haircut
Jacqueline (or Jackie) Kennedy became world famous in 1961, when her husband John F. Kennedy was elected president of the United States. Since then, the style of the first lady has been copied by millions of women around the world, and her bob haircut has become a symbol of the 60s. At various times, this hairstyle has become still relevant, and nowadays it is worn by the most fashionable Instagram girls, but with one condition - no volume (read about it at the link).
Elongated "bob" by Joan Baez
Singer and activist Joan Baez promoted freedom, hippie philosophy. At first her hair was long, then she made a square, and after a long time she wore her hair just below the shoulders. This length has continued to be in trend since then. And this hairstyle has not been changed for a long time by the model and businesswoman Olivia Palermo.
Audrey Hepburn's Bangs and Collected Hair
After "Breakfast at Tiffany's" the image of Audrey Hepburn became iconic. Girls all over the world began to cut off their bangs and collect their hair in a high bun, preferably decorating it with a hairpin. At the same time, the actress then often changed the length of her hair and styling, but always left a short bang, which made her famous.
Curls and volumetric styling by Brigitte Bardot
Brigitte Bardot introduced the fashion for open sexuality. Her flattering dresses, combined with long curls and often ribbons in her hair, are the epitome of beauty and femininity. Now, nothing has changed, but there are more opportunities for a beautiful curl and volume at the roots. Every year, beauty brands delight with new gadgets and tools for a beautiful curl and volume at the roots.