Bouncy round curls were the perfect match for poodle skirts midway through this decade. Jayne Mansfield was just one star who rocked the look day-to-day.
Brigitte Bardot popularized several hairstyles during her career and in the ‘50s it was the long ponytail with wispy bangs.
What better way to show off your facial features than with some soft, elegant curls? Elizabeth Taylor wore the face-framing style in head shots.
Chic and sexy, this look kept locks off of one’s face, and allowed a woman to strike a sophisticated pose à la Audrey Hepburn.
This look worn by the likes of Marlo Thomas was peppy without being sinfully sweet.
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy made the bouffant the “it” style for women for years, and made hairspray a hot commodity at the drugstore.
Sleek, simple, and chic—there was nothing more powerful than chopping locks into a mod-1960s bob. Jacqueline Kennedy and Sally Field were both big fans of the style.
This was the year the centre part became a thing, in part because of Ali MacGraw and the hit 1970 movie Love Story.
Whitney Houston’s bob in 1988 was big, bouncy, and completely beautiful. No wonder so many women tried to achieve the style at the salon.