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1970 Hairstyles

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1970 Hairstyles

Another trendy 1970s  hairstyles for women were the disco wedge hairstyles, which were inspired from the discos where most of the women spent their times. There were also the shaggy hairstyles with all their styles. Lastly came, the mullet hairstyles which were so trendy back then. Those hairstyles were about leaving the hair long at the back, usually up to the shoulders, sometimes a little shorter, while cutting the sides, top, and front short. Another thing to say that the bangs also appeared in the 1970s with very catching-look. Many women, nowadays, like to wear those 1970s hairstyles and they wear those hairstyles to feel the glamorous and the freedom of that era. I’ve to admit that the 1970s hairstyles, being worn today also with some changes and additions to cope with the current year’s hairstyles and to get a more modern look. Making such hairstyles nowadays is very easy and much easier than the 1970s because of the new helpful tools. Finally, all I want to say is that the 1970s women hairstyles a great example of hairstyles that not only looked great but also are easy to manage and naturally beautiful. Just wear your 1970s hairstyle and feel hippie.
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1970 Hairstyles

When you hear about the 1970’s era, you always remember the hippies. If you don’t do so and ask why do i’ve to remember the hippies??!!. Okay, I’ll tell you the 1970s was the period in which the world was well into the hippies’ era. So, you can say that most , if not all, of the women hairstyles back-then were very influenced by the hippies. Women’s hairstyles in the 1970s had been as natural as possible, so you can say that the any thing that were natural, were totally added to those hairstyles. Since the hairstyles were very hippie, cool and natural, so some hairstyles weren’t included like; the pin-up hairdos. The women also tended to far away from using the rolls and also the curlers. One of the most trendy hippie look was the long hairstyles. Women back-then tended to grow their hair as long as possible. Those long hairstyles had either the straight look or the natural look. Those long hairstyles had shiny and very simple look. The women weren’t satisfied with that total simple looks, so they add many catching accessories like the headbands.
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1970 Hairstyles

One of the most funniest things that women straightened their hair using the iron not the straightener, no!!!!, they used the cloth iron really. They were very careful while doing such a thing, trying not to singe the hair. Next came, the braid hairstyles which were interlaced into fringes and were added subtly into sleek, long hairstyles. Beside, the long hairstyles, there were also short hairstyles. As, of course, there were women who didn’t love that long hairstyles. One of the most short hairstyles were the bob hairstyles. The Afro hairstyles were also one of those most popular hairstyles. They were and still are known to be identic with the African-American women and men too. The tightly coiled hair that African-American women had, was grown out to create those huge Afro hairdos that became such a rage in the seventies.

1970 Hairstyles

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1970 Hairstyles

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1970 Hairstyles

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1970 Hairstyles

1970’s Hairstyles The 1970s were almost as wild and free as the 1960s, maybe more so if you add in the addition of Disco and all its trappings. It seemed to be more a way of life than just a type of music i.e.; the hairstyles, clothing and make-up-in a way the Disco of the
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1970 Hairstyles

12 1 1 Feathered 70’s Disco Hairstyles Farrah Fawcett inspired the 1970’s with her feathered hairstyle. Women everywhere flocked to salons to get this flirty and feminine haircut and soon it became iconic. Unlike the 60’s, this hair has a lot less height on top and instead produces volume on the sides. To get this look, have layers cut around your face. Then, curl 1-inch sections around a large barrel curling iron away from your face. Fluff and go! This is a great hairstyle today for square jaws as it pulls the eye away and softens edges.
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In the 1970s, making one of the popular hairstyles for a woman didn’t take a lot of time. These hairstyles, including Afro hairstyle, Shaggy Hairdo and Feathered hair (then known as “Farrah Fawcett hairstyle”) were said to be perfect when you’re on-the-go and would still keep your expressive style in-check. For Blacks in the United States and elsewhere, the afro was worn by both sexes throughout the decade. It was occasionally sported by whites, especially Jewish Americans as an alternative to the uniform long, straight hair which was a fashion mainstay until the arrival of punk and the “disco look” when hair became shorter and centre partings were no longer the mode.
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Meryl Streep had long, un-processed, natural hair to die for in the 1970’s. To have healthy, beautiful hair, ideally you should avoid coloring or other processes and hot tools. In today’s day and age though, it’s hard not to want to experiment with colors or styles. To emulate this look (without a drastic commitment) try to be gentle with your hair. This means condition often, let it air dry and avoid styling with heat.
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In the 1970’s Cher was a fashion star and her long, pin straight hairstyle became undeniably trendy. If you are looking for a style that screams 70’s, or just want to showcase your long locks, look no further. Back then, if you didn’t have naturally straight hair, you had to have a friend literally help you use an iron on it. Luckily today we have flat irons in all shapes and sizes, but keep in mind when choosing that ceramic straighteners tends to do the least amount of damage.

In the 1970’s Jane Birkin gave the world a new take on bangs which later became coined “Birkin Bangs.” The bangs are characterized by grazing the eyebrows, and being slightly uneven. This is a fun and cute hairstyle for the creative types that goes great with natural hair. If you’re feeling bold, cut them yourself like Jane famously did!
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Joan Jett hit the mark for women’s rock and roll style in the 1970’s. This black feathered haircut broke the molds and set a trend among the younger women with its choppy layers and wispy bangs. To get this hairstyle today, have your hair cut into feathered layers, which are basically just layers cut at an angle to reduce bulk and create light and wispy ends.
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Farrah Fawcett inspired the 1970’s with her feathered hairstyle. Women everywhere flocked to salons to get this flirty and feminine haircut and soon it became iconic. Unlike the 60’s, this hair has a lot less height on top and instead produces volume on the sides. To get this look, have layers cut around your face. Then, curl 1-inch sections around a large barrel curling iron away from your face. Fluff and go! This is a great hairstyle today for square jaws as it pulls the eye away and softens edges.

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