Hairstyle trends across decades

Hairstyle trends for women have been different from each decade. Hence, when it comes to innovative fashionable hairstyles to flaunt about, we first think of those celebrities across the world who have inspired us with the amazing new hair trends that we remember even today. Nowadays, we get our hair styled according to our face structures, yes, but we also do recollect those epic hairstyles and try and imitate them too.

Listed below are some of the iconic hairstyles of celebrities, actors and famous women which we love to embrace even now:

Veronica Lake Waves: The 1940s belonged to Veronica Lake’s classic blond waves hairstyle which was fitting for the red carpet. The side parting with few thick strands on the side of the face became a rage among women.

Audrey Hepburn Bun: The 1960s belonged to the iconic style diva Audrey Hepburn’s classic up do. The high-maintenance up do is one of the most googled hair searches even today, with millions of YouTube tutorials also dedicated to it.

The Rachel Cut
: When the popular TV sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S. hit the small screen in the 1990s, the world had more than 11 million women trying to copy Jennifer Aniston’s classic ‘Rachel Cut’. The style, which itself was an accident, had generations of women walking into salons and ordering ‘The Rachel’.

The ‘Meg Ryan’ Shag
: The pixie-like shag was flirty yet sexy when Meg Ryan hit the screens with the haircut in many movies, especially the movie ‘Kate and Leopold’. The choppy, peppy look is highly low-maintenance.

The ‘Victoria Beckham’ Chop
: Victoria Beckham’s short crop chop hair was her transition from a Spice Girl to an international fashion designer, and became a rage among women for its polished look and low maintenance.

Princess Diana’s Royal Do
: The 1980s were reserved for the Princess of Wales, especially her classy haircut, which has carved a name for itself as one of the most coveted hairstyles of all time. Her hair cut is still popular among many women of all age groups and stages in life, right from the student to corporate level.

Michelle Obama’s Classic Cut
: The former first lady always presented a picture of confidence and grace when she stepped out with her timeless and flattering haircut.

Marilyn Monroe’s Blonde Curls
: Now which woman wouldn’t love to look like Marilyn Monroe? The beautiful, bold and sexy haircut added to Monroe’s beauty, and had women rushing to salons to copy her hairstyle.

Mia Farrow’s Pixie Cut
: The year 1968 had thousands of women running to the salons to shed inches of their hair when Mia Farrow came on the silver screen with her short, buoyant pixie cut in Rosemary’s Baby. Even today, it is regarded as one of the most iconic hairstyles among women.