From Amy Winehouse’s humongous beehive, to MarilynMonroe’s beautiful golden locks, we just can’t get sufficient of celebrities and their Vintage Hairstyles for Short Hair. How do they pull them off without observing as though they have been pulled through a hedge back? How did they come up with these unique ideas? Just how many hours did their Hairstylists expend making them look a million dollars? Vintage Hairstyles are attractive.
For years we have been completely transfixed by the splendid Vintage Hairstyles of our elegant role models such as Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn. Those strange blonde curly locks that Marilyn modeled stimulated us all in the 50s. Though brave Audrey pushed all the limits with her short and sharp tresses. Then came the big backcombed hairstyles of the 60s, followed by the thick and full hairstyles of the 70s and 80s. So what do we sign about hair fashion? It all goes around in circles! Amy Winehouse pillars the definitiveapiary that is inspiring teens all over the world, and with stars such as Victoria Beckham and Rihanna chopping their long locks into short snappy styles; an old fashion is rehabilitated and reformed.
Some would say that our GHD straighteners, blow dryers and luxurious salon hair products are our hair redeemers, without which we could not create those delightful dos. But how did they manage to create high maintenance hairstyles in the 50s and 60s? Painful nights sleeping at the same time as wearing hair rollers and pins were used to create those tightcurls and it was standard to have thick “bangs” cut to create a more edgy hairstyle. From there the groovy swingin’ 60s took over with enormouscustom inspiring stars such as Twiggy parading her ultra short crop and the mop haired Beatles. With the 60s influence also came funky accessories such as multi colored head scarves, Alicebands and brightly colored flower power clips.
After the swingin’ 60s came the punkish short spikey hairstyles of the 70s that were all the rage, this age also came with some very strange fashiontrends! Remember the very slick stimuli from the magnificent movie musical “Grease” containing style legends of the time, John Travolta and Olivia Newton John. In this era, the only hair tool you needed was a big fat tub of hairgel.