Fancy the idea of classic hairstyles? Well, if you do, then you are not along. If you look at the internet and magazine, you will see that there are a number of classic hairstyles which apparently regained its regime in the realm of hairstyle trends. The 1950s was indeed the first decade which named and recognized the teenagers, those who are between childhood and adulthood.
Teenagers started to create their own styles and fashions. There were a number of trendy hairstyles for teen girls and teen boys.
Read on and see if you like the inspirations below.
Well, it seems that waves and curls have always had something to offer. Teenage girls in the 50s would always desire to have wavy or curly hair, which echoed the adult fashion of the era.
Teen girls that did not have naturally curly hair would easily sleep with hair wound round rags or even rollers to curl their hair, and then they would use hairspray in the morning in order to set the curls, which apparently can be quite frizzy.
Some teen girls would even opt for perming their hair, which helps to achieve the curly hairstyle. Short haircuts were so popular, particularly between chin as well as shoulder length.
Both waves and curls can be worn to complement any hair lengths, be it long, short, or even medium.
In addition, they can also be really extensively modified to suit various definitions that every teenager has ever wanted, ranging from casual to formal.