A little Inspiration from 1960

When people hear 1960’s hairstyles most people first think of long hippy hair, afros, and bouffants. Early 60’s hair is a lot like 1950’s hair.  It’s a fun and easy vintage look to do, and works really  well, if you’re growing out shorter layers.  These are fairly easy styles to do your self. A roller set, a rat tail comb for back combing, and hair spray. 

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Bumpits welcome.

Hair is how you comb it …?…what does that even mean?

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  1. Fabulous! I just looove those styles. So feminine.
    Thank you for a great visual read.

    • I love em too! My favorite is the raven haired gal. The eye make up is fantastic too! Bet there are few flicks around with you looking somewhat similar 🙂 Hope you’re feeling better.

      • I missed it by thiiis much. My hair was the “property” of Dad and it never was allowed to be cut until I rebelled in 7th grade wanting to look like Agent 99 (Get Smart) and did it like that. BUT NOW, mwhahha. I love to rat it up , smash in a few bobby pins, fouf around the front and slap on that Bardot eye. Empowerment is addictive.

        I’m feeling okay, just tired. Thanks for asking. Your Monroe take was good – go to dover e-cards.com and they have a ton of Marilyn pix with free postcards to boot.

        Hope you had a scary Halloween. I didn’t have any kids at all.


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