All womenstalk have a fun article about the re introduction of vintage hair styles:
The Pompadour: This is where you sweep all your hair straight up and away from your head, rather like a cone or exaggerated beehive. Miley Cyrus loves this style. It was popular during the time of the French Revolution.
The Bob: In Edwardian times women decided to discard their long complicated hair styles and opt for what was called The Bob. It was immensely popular and this rather tomboyish cut, a deep straight fringe, shorter at the back with slightly longer wings on both sides, encouraged a surge of independence and more freedom. Katie Holmes and Victoria Beckham have been seen sporting this fashion.
Finger waving: Then in came the waves, which involved waving your wet hair with your fingers, backed up by a comb going in the other direction, forcing the waves into shape Very demure. Takes practice to do and the style will benefit from having hair spray.
Victory Rolls: During World War II, women were seconded in to doing all sorts of manual work. The roll came about as a practical way to keep their locks out of the way. They simply rolled up their hair in long sausages. Can look stunning.
The Pixie Cut: Not for you if your man loves long hair. It is very short and wispy – easy to maintain and can look very sexy. Think Halle Berry and Sharon Stone.
There are more styles with pics that you can see if you log on to: www.allwomenstalk.com
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