Because vintage is in.
Once upon a time, vintage fashion and beauty was reserved for Halloween and costume parties alone. Nowadays, take a single look around and you're likely to see beehives and bouffants on women and girls of all ages. And that's not even including all the runways from Milan to New York that have been home to the season's favorite throwback hairstyle trend. Whether these hairstyles are seen on the street or the runway, paired with equally retro garb, or a more modern runway-ready ensemble, one thing is true: these universally flattering chic '60s 'dos aren't likely to go out of style.
Want to get in on the must-try look of fall? Ahead we share three simple ways to pump up the volume for a blast from the past vibe. Grab some hair spray and follow along!
The Classic Hive
You know the one: it's seen on everyone from '60s sitcom stars to present day celebs hoping to make the best dressed list for the latest red carpet soiree. Featuring a deep side part, major crown volume and a sleek tucked-back finish, you simply can't go wrong with this age old 'do.
Love the extra volume, but not ready to commit to a hairstyle that looks like it'll take quite a bit of time to perfect? That's where the half-up bouffant comes in to save the day. With equally as much volume at the crown, instead of tucking into a chignon of sorts, this chic '60s 'do is all about teasing at your roots and smoothing your hair in a deep side part back to your crown before letting your loose ends cascade freely down your back. If you want to really take it up a notch, get hands-on with your curling iron. Just be sure to finish it off with a spritz of strong-hold hairspray to ensure it will maintain its glamorous appeal for whatever your day has in store.