World War One Era Hairstyles We progress through the World War One era, and see first-hand how the hairstyles changed during time of war and famine, with information snippets of WWI history in between.
1920s Hairstyles Some of us can only think and try to reflect of what things must have been like in the 1920ís and a stylish flapper looked like. We've seen pictures and movies, but how much does that really tell you?
1930s Hairstyles Hairstyles were still quite close to the head with the deep set, finger waves. Some were parted in the center, others on the side. Around 1932 the styles began to soften a little bit more; as a play in the waves arrived and a little bit of volume appeared on the scene.
1950s Hairstyles Housewives were wearing their hair shorter and shorter. When they wore their hairdos down, they were very similar to the famous actress June Allison and her lovely smooth page boy and short cropped bangs that framed her forehead.
1960s Hairstyles The bubble came into fashion or otherwise known as the bouffant hairstyle. The hair was clipped shorter on the bottom and became longer as you worked your way up.
80's Hairstyles Women's hairstyles in the eighties. Big hair and short cuts.
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Eighties Feathering and Short Haircuts The short haircuts in the eighties were a sight to behold. The clippers were used in a plentiful way as the backs were clipped up and close to the nape of the necks.