Thursday, 6 December 2012

Latest Hairstyle For Girls


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With so many ways to mark the years gone by, I thought it would be fun to do it with hairstyles. Of course, many of the older haircuts are still here with us today, but I thought it might be interesting to read how old they are and where their roots are from. I’ve also included a handy little translation for our British friends of some of the terminology used.

A look very popular with the ladies during the Roaring 20s. It was part of an overall look known as “The Flapper”, where the girl would crop their hair between their chin to their ear level and work in uniform waves. This became immensely popular due to celebrity such as Zelda Fitzgerald and Colleen Moore.

The more respectable of the two hairstyles famous in the ‘50s, the pompadour was created by combing the hair against the sides, but pulling the hair up and over on itself on top. This look was more popular with celebrities in the era, like Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash.

Take one “wrong side of the tracks” gentleman. Leave some hair long around the neck and apply generous helpings of hair grease. Give the gentleman a comb and watch as he obsessively combs the sides flat and back and leaves the top piled high. The top was either left in disarray, symbolizing the “greasers” role in society, or combed into a tube that was called “the elephant’s nose”. Why settle for looking like one ridiculous animal when you can have two!
Popularized by actress Audrey Hepburn, it is a very short hairstyle with even shorter bangs (fringe). It resembled what pixies were drawn to have as a hairstyle.
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls
Latest Hairstyle For Girls


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