Your favorite decade has come back — just like you always knew it would. The cyclical side of fashion and hairstyles gives us a chance to relive some of our favorite trends from the past. Luckily, 90’s hairstyles have taken over yet again. Here are the top 20 celebrities’ styles you should rock in a new, fresh way. [click to continue…]
Trends in fashion and hairstyling offer us new ideas every season, twice a year. To create something new fashion always refers to the past rethinking that was created decades or even hundreds of years ago. That’s why vintage hairstyles are so popular today. Pinup hairstyles, elegant vintage updos and downdos are worn to theme parties, weddings and every day. The best of them look like a modern remake of iconic hairstyles worn back in the past. The modern flair can be achieved with a trendy hair color, trendy texture or intricately braided elements that show off the braided patterns popular today. Look through our vintage galleries for inspiration and new-old ways to style your hair!
The finger waves are defined ‘S’ shaped waves that are often worn flat against the head. The style first popped up in the 1920s as a way to spice up the strict bob of fun-loving flappers. Then, it reemerged in the 90’s as a popular style for black hair. Now, finger waves are back again, for short and long hair, in more ways than we can wrap our heads around! [click to continue…]
Looking to add another tool to your hair arsenal? Bandana may not seem like it, but it’s a versatile accessory that can be used with different styles and hair lengths. From sophisticated retro rolls to hip hop style braids, bandana hairstyles are as diverse as bandanas themselves. [click to continue…]
With the current love for healthy natural living and obsession with 70s fashion, boho hairstyles are not just on the rise—they’ve completely evolved. Ready to be shocked by some mad creativity and skill? Get ready for disheveled braids, buns and twists in creative bohemian hair styles. [click to continue…]
Pin up hairstyles have never really gone out of style. Though the pin up era most recognizably took place in the ’40s and ’50s, the style dates all the way back to the 1890s, a time known for its gaiety, and includes the signature styles of the 1920s and the 1950s as well. The point is, there’s a look for every length, style, cut, and color of hair. If you want to update your look by giving it a retro twist, tempt yourself with some hair envy. [click to continue…]
There have always been icons of style whose signature images are presently considered timeless: Marilyn Monroe, Veronica Lake, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot and many others. Today their hairstyles are copied with slight modern updates for the biggest events. Vintage hairdos are paired with the most elegant evening gowns and expressive make ups to come up with the classiest and most feminine looks. Since fashion is cyclic, everything comes around. So why not to look into the past for inspiration? They say everything the best in this world was invented long ago. Well, anyway, past can always give us some brilliant concepts to work on. [click to continue…]