In the 1960s, Barbara Eden turned heads on television's I Dream Of Jeannie wearing her hair in a tightly drawn topknot with a blunt
cut fringe. (Of course, the skimpy little pink and burgundy midriff outfit was responsible for a lot more attention.)
The topknot style seen here is traditional in its basic styling – tightly drawn sides, nape and crown pulled to the back of the top section,
wrapped by lengths of the hair, while the forward half of the top section is combed forward as a fringe with a sharply pointed shape.
This hairstyle most likely incorporates additional hair extension wefts in order to give sufficient density and length to the style.