Hairstyles have come and gone but some have sustained the test of time. They never go out of fashion and have been worn by celebrities of different generations over the years showing their popularity. These 60s hairstyles will make you want to copy each and every style, one at a time because they are all so lovely. The basic theme in the 60s was back-combing the hair at the top to give is volume. This was done irrespective of whether the rest of the hair was tied or left in loose silken tresses around the face.
Back-combing so that the hair has more volume was a very popular trend among the 60s hairstyles. These pictures show some chic and glamorous hairstyles that celebrities back then sported to look classy. Some of these have sustained over the years and are popular even today. Some of the hairstyles are obviously meant for party time, but some can be superb with casual outfits as well. Some are good for outdoors too because they wonâ€™t get messy even in the breeze.
The beauty of this young lady cannot be missed. The party gown and pearls add a touch of class to the equally classy 60s hairstyle. The short hair combed back in voluminous waves away from the face is very chic and just right to go with formals.
Two loose buns tied on either side of the head with the remaining hair left loose down the neck in soft waves is a lovely hairstyle of the 60s that is worth imitating. It would be perfect for party time.
This 60s hairstyle matches the mischief on the womanâ€™s face. The dark strands left loose and long down the back give balance to the upswept curled hair on either side above the ears. The bangs are the heart stealers though.
The low bangs and high back-combing is a very popular combination of the 60s hairstyles that was used with the length left loose or tied like in this picture. The haircut along with the right makeup is a style statement that will look good even today.
This is a perfect 60s hairstyle for a very busy person. The dark hair is trimmed very short in a head-hugging style with just a hint of waves to make it stylish. It is a hairstyle that is easy to manage and will go well with any outfit and suit any occasion.
Donâ€™t they look gorgeous? Their 60s hairstyles with blonde hair trimmed short and combined back in layers was the classic style at the time and has sustained even now. The slight hint of bangs makes it stylish enough to go with dark party gowns and fur stoles.
The golden beauty of the hair is accentuated by this classic 60s hairstyle of straight layered cut and bangs. The fact that it suits the lady can be seen in her confident smile. This hairstyle can be carried off with casuals and formals with equal panache.
Back-combed hair to give it volume is a classic hairstyle of the 60s. This hairstyle is superb with the bangs on two sides, back combing and hair clipped back. It is stylish and is versatile enough to go with any outfit.
Both these hairstyles sported by Vera Zorina in the 60s are examples of the vast range of different styles that celebrities wore. The short tuft like haircut of the one looks as good as the shoulder length hair left loose in waves in the other picture. These hairstyles were trend setters at the time.
This 60s hairstyle looks like a halo of a beautiful angel. The golden shoulder length hair cascades down in waves to make it look like its glowing. The slight bangs on one side and a hint of back combing for volume and you know you have a beauty before you.
Some stars have SA that is unmistakable irrespective of what they wear, be it clothing or hairstyle. This 60s hairstyle enhances the sensuality with its back combed long hair cascading down the back in waves and the stylish bangs that highlight the gorgeous eyes.
Red hair is a matter of pride for a woman and this 60s hairstyle makes it look really superlative. The short blunt cut with low bangs is kept in place with a polka dot bandana making it a very stylish and trend setting hairstyle.
This 60s hairstyle is a trend setter. The back combing is characteristic of that period when hairstyles were aimed at adding volume. This is a brilliant example of hair swept back away from the face and left loose over the shoulders.
Hair tied back in a bun is not a new hairstyle. But when the front hair is back combed to give only that part volume so that it stays like a golden tiara, then it becomes something out of the ordinary. This 60s hairstyle is a great example of that period.
Soft silken golden hair shows best when it is left loose. This 60s hairstyle is a classic with shoulder length strands left loose and bangs on one side of forehead. This is any weather, any-outfit hairstyle that has never become outdated.
This 60s hairstyle has a super trendy look. The long dark tresses have been left loose in stylish waves all around the head and over the shoulders like a satin sheet. The hairpiece and gloves makes the ensemble stagey and glamorous.
This is a true 60s hairstyle that emphasizes the fact that styles focused on creating more volume around the face. The short dark strands have been back combed all around the head to form a lovely circle of waves and curls.
Red hair looks gorgeous even when just combed down and left loose. But with a 60s hairstyle like this one, with hair tied up in a loose bun and front tied down in a severe style, the whole thing looks absolutely brilliant.
Volume and Style
Silken blonde hair is an asset. When you tie it in a 60s hairstyle like this one, with two buns at the top and bangs over the forehead, it becomes a masterpiece that is enchanting.
A beautiful oval face deserves a stylish hairdo like this one. This 60s hairstyle with short layered cut ending in curls and low one-side bangs is a superlative combo that highlights the sharp features and large enchanting eyes.
Is there anything simpler than this 60s hairstyle, yet it has sustained time and changes in trends. The long layered cut is just left loose to show its splendor and the hair is kept away from the face with a simple hair band that looks superb.
The womanâ€™s SA is very obvious and she has a 60s hairstyle that adds to the sexy effect. The long tresses are left loose at the back with a few stylish strands over the shoulders. The bangs and the bright red hair band complete the image of irresistible allure.
When an angel with assets like golden silk for hair and crystal blue for eyes comes down on earth you get this! The layered cut of blonde hair is left loose over the shoulders in waves. The back combed hair is front is kept in place with a stylish striped ribbon.
Flowers and Tresses
Long dark hair trimmed in layers is a 60s hairstyle that has stood the test of time and is popular even today. Just add bangs on one side and a lovely flower to match your outfit and you are ready for anything.
Can there be anything more alluring and sexy than this picture? Barbaraâ€™s 60s hairstyle of hair back-combed, clipped back, with ends cascading over one shoulder has a sexual element that is unmistakable. Her beautiful complexion and gorgeous eyes look superb with this hairstyle.
The golden tresses fall like a silken curtain of curls over the shoulders; leaving room for the stylish bangs to do the rest. This 60s style, with hair clipped back on one side makes it a very enchanting hairstyle.
There is a strange appeal in a sexy yet innocent looking woman like in this picture. The blonde hair tied up to form a bunch of curls on top and the lovely bangs make this a superb 60s hairstyle worth imitating.
This is a superlative 60s hairstyle that has an evergreen quality. The shoulder length hair has been trimmed in layers so that they cascade down the back to frame the face. The slight bangs on one side make this a stylish hairstyle worth copying.
This is a 60s hairstyle that will sustain its look even if the party goes on for a long time. The slightly back-combed hair is then tied in a pony at the back so that the hair has volume but remains away from the face. It is a superb hairstyle for a party or awards ceremony.
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