In the world of hair trends, history tends to repeat itself. That’s why 70s hairstyles for women are back!
It’s not just 70s hairstyles that are trending. 70s-inspired fashion, music, film, and art are having a moment. So why the 70s and why now?
Trends tend to have a 20 to 30-year cycle. So what’s trendy are reinterpretations of looks from the 90s and 2000s.
The shag is one of the most iconic hairstyles of the 70s. The 2020s version still retains those 70s layers and wispy bangs.
The 70s blowout requires more styling than the shag, but we think it’s worth it. To get this look, as your hairstyle for a feather cut.
In the 1970s, it was cool to let your natural hair shine, and this haircut is no different. Ask your hairdresser for a round halo cut if your hair is curly or coily.
Ask your hairstylist for a feather-light, blunt fringe that’s slightly tapered to blend in seamlessly with your longer hair.