Even though the 1960s are over, Pageboy vibes are still nice. Yu Yamada wears a traditional, stylish bob with a curl at the chin and blunt bangs that frame her face.
From the late 1950s on, the bouffant kept getting bigger and bigger. Bouffants have been worn by Margaret Thatcher, Jackie Kennedy, Lady Bird Johnson, and The Supremes.
Emma Watson's famous pixie cut gives us ideas for how to style our short hair. With its curved bangs and sharp textures, this beautiful and useful haircut calls for flair and confidence.
This hairstyle from the late 1960s was made famous by Professor Angela Davis. You can keep it going with protective treatments and an Afro pick with wide teeth.
This hairstyle, which was inspired by Mia Farrow's hairstyle in the movie Rosemary's Baby, is girly and looks good on oval, square, and heart-shaped faces.
The five-point cut is a shortened helmet with spikes at each ear and a "w" at the nape of the neck.
Coco Rocha has a cool haircut that looks like it came from the 1960s. After the jaw-length cut takes years off her face, she looks more lively and younger than ever.
The 1960s were all about Twiggy's strong, androgynous look, sleek pixie cut, and big eyebrows.
The 'Lost in Translation' actress finishes off her provocative look by smoothing down one side of her golden hair and curling the other side.
The attraction is that it is easy! In the picture above, Michelle Williams is bringing an old school up to date. Her thick side baby bangs make it look both classic and modern.
At the beginning of the 1960s, everyone wanted to be Marilyn Monroe. She was well-known for her curves and curls. Many women wanted to color their hair gold like hers.
American singer Joan Jett's swinging hairdo will rock your world. Your leather jacket may seem elegant with the uneven hairdo with rough bangs. Not much more edgy than this!