Just hearing the word "bouffant" can take you back to the 1960s, when bright scarves and hats were worn with this hairstyle.
Whether you have a big, old-fashioned hairstyle or a sleek, modern one, fringe and bangs will add a cute, stylish touch to both.
In the 1960s, ponytails were very popular. They either had a ponytail that was very high or a low, mod ponytail.
It has stood the test of time and come out on top, inspiring red carpet and wedding looks, though maybe not as tall as the original.
Although a Victorian era hairstyle, the Gibson Roll was a popular ‘do during the ‘60s.
The headscarf was a staple accessory that could be paired with almost every hairstyle in the ‘60s.
In the 1960s, bumper bangs were a crazy hairstyle that we saw on pin-up and calendar girls. To get this weird look, just roll your long bangs.
During the 1940s, Victory rolls were very famous. In the 1960s, they were all the rage again. They shape your hair and make it look perfect.
In the 1960s, almost every woman had hair like this, with a bouffant on top and the ends sticking out.
The way Brigette Bardot looked was and still is famous. But her half-up haircut is what everyone loves the most.
Bouffants were all the rage in the ‘60s, and they were seriously big.
If you were young in the 1960s, it's likely that you wore this style. Back then, it was popular to have long, straight hair that was split in the middle.