1960s Hairstyle Guide by Angelique Marroquin - Musely
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1960s Hairstyle Guide

posted in Beauty > Hair
05/16/2016
  • The bouffant was formal. It was hair arranged high on the head with tendrils falling down the sides. 
    The bouffant was formal. It was hair arranged high on the head with tendrils falling down the sides. 
  • The high-towering beehive, also known as the B-52 for its similarity to the shape of the nose on a B-52 Stratofortress bomber, lasted until the end of the '60s. 
    The high-towering beehive, also known as the B-52 for its similarity to the shape of the nose on a B-52 Stratofortress bomber, lasted until the end of the '60s. 
  • Back-combing or teasing, required for big "fluffy" hairstyles such as the bouffant and beehive. 
    Back-combing or teasing, required for big "fluffy" hairstyles such as the bouffant and beehive. 
  • Hair rollers, often the size of soda cans, provided the bounce and fluff needed for the big hairdos such as the bouffant and beehive.
    Hair rollers, often the size of soda cans, provided the bounce and fluff needed for the big hairdos such as the bouffant and beehive.

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