Monday, 8 December 2014

6 Era's of Good and Bad Hair

1. 1920's Flapper.

1920's sleek hair creating gorgeous swirls and curls; These girls really knew how to look classy. They sure proved it's not always about volume.

2. 1950's Pin Up.

Curls galore; 50's girls showed us all kinds of twists and shapes in their hair. They really knew how to show personality through their hair be it a pin role fringe, scarf in their hair or a simple curly up do. These girls were fierce! 

3. 1960's Beehive.

What an era of hair (of course, I am biased). Girls got that volume goin' on! Beehives, pixie cuts and fringes. Oh, and don't forget cute ribbons and bows to pin those beehives back. 60's hair is ultimately flawless. Icons like Twiggy and Pattie Boyd prove my completely biased opinion! 

4. 1970's Farrah Fawcett.

Farah Fawcett, I mean, just look at her. 70's was a pretty cool era, I love the glamorous girly hair they constantly recreated giving off a real boho vibe. Who needs the wind to look windswept? 70's girls knew just how to do it themselves!

5. 1980's Perm.

Now, 80's hair took 70's hair to literally. No one said "Windswept beauty is making yourself look like you've put your finger in a plug socket", Am I right? There's bounce, gorgeous soft curls and subtlety then there's permed hair. Don't get me wrong, perms can be cool. But I think they should stay waaay back in the 20th century. 

6. 1990's Bleach.

Oh, Justin. I am glad you don't bleach your hair anymore. 90's was a cool era, I mean grunge might not be my style but it was still pretty cool. I bleached my hair and I really hope it didn't look like this... What's your thoughts on Justin's hair, yay or nay?

Have a wonder over to my YouTube channel to watch my latest video '60s Inspired Winter Lookbook'!

Be bold, be different,

Enjoy being you, 

Saranne x