Fashion is tempo-spatial—it changes with time and space, and often it goes back to the time and place from where it began its journey. This is especially true about hairstyles, which, as you already know, come and go, and we happen to hop on the bandwagon of change and incorporate it into our lives as if nothing has happened. In this article, we will talk about an interesting topic concerning hairstyles: the revival of a few yesteryear hairstyles which have become popular trends today.
Let us check out five yesteryear hairstyles which are trending nowadays:
The Pixie Cut
The Pixie Cut is a classic hairstyle which spread its magic in around 50s and has become a fashion rage recently. Popularized by the eternal heroine Audrey Hepburn in her maiden film called Roman Holiday, the hairstyle swept the fashion industry and general public life like afire. Following a period of significant obscurity, the hairstyle is back and with a bang. Now you see women from all walks of life donning the look and reviving the grace which only the 50s era had.
The Asymmetrical Bob
The Asymmetrical Bob belongs to the early 2000s and was made substantially famous by actress and dancer Louise Brooks. The craze continued even afterward, with international celebrities such as Keira Knightly and Victoria Beckham donning the look and keeping the spirit alive. The Bob look still survives possibly because of the mysterious character the style gives to the face which adds to the overall appeal of women. The intrigue and glamour that accompany the style are amazing upshots of the same, and any woman would be ready to give it a try!
Popularized in the 70s, this elegant hairstyle is now becoming a fashionable option among many women. The hairstyle features long, curly hair, and feathery bangs which give a poised character to the face. The style has been toned down a bit, with less focus being given to the curls—there is no need to have super-duper curls to call your hairstyle the Farrah style, and alittle bit of tinkering is always condoned in the fashion industry. If you cannot imagine the style, we would give you on-point examples: Taylor Swift, Bella Thorne and Jennifer Lawrence.
Now you know how much cool the hairstyle is! So, why don’t you give it a try?
The Vintage Rolls
What could be more classy and glamorous than vintage rolls? This classic hairstyle is rolling back into the contemporary fashion industry and has inspired many celebrities and fashion freaks. The name of the style is derived from a fighter plane belonging to the World War II era and celebrates efforts leading to victory in the war. The look has become more popular with celebrities such as Katy Perry donning it in public.
Finally on our list is the Bouffant. Considered as a flamboyant hairstyle, it was made popular by celebrities such as Jackey Kennedy and Priscilla Presley in the 60s and 70s. However, the history of the same can be traced even before that period to mid-18th century. The Queen of France—Marie Antoinette—is credited for making this hairstyle famous. Nowadays, the hairstyle is widely seen during fancy occasions such as weddings or on the red carpet events.