10 Classic Updo Hairstyles From The 60s

Old is gold. While we are in the modern era where every day we want to do something new to our hairstyle then why not we try old classic hairstyles to be more attractive. 60’s hairstyles are very unique and look stunning. You can try these classic hairstyles for making an old and new combination to your fashion statement.

Let’s Find Out 10 Classic Up Do Hairstyles From 60s

Side-Swept Beehive

Marion Cotillard made a wonderful beehive at the premiere of the Blood Ties in Cannes. The actress looked stunning with this hairstyle of 60’s. First of all use anti frizz to your hair and then pin your hair up tightly. You can do side parting at the front to beautifully frame your face. Use light make up and nude lipstick. But do not forget to highlight your eyes.

Side-Swept Beehive

 

Half Beehive

This hairstyle adds volume to your hair. You can beehive at the front and pin it at the upper back of your head. Leave open your back hair and comb it well. Leave small bangs in front of your face. Use some nude and matte finish lipstick with attractive eyes. Wear some long dress with this hairstyle.

Half Beehive

Half Up Half Down

This is one of the most classy and stylish hairstyle. Comb your hair and divide it in two parts. Take the upper part and make a casual bun. Leave open the lower part and apply serum. You can keep few bangs on front of your face to frame the face. You can try this hairstyle at wedding and parties. Just wear some gorgeous dress to complement your hairstyle. This popular hairstyle is perfect for any kind of occasion.

Half Up Half Down

Beehive With Bangs

This 60’s hairstyle got its popularity from Gizzi Erskine’s vintage beehive, which she made at pre-BAFTA party. These old hairstyles are now popular worldwide once again because of the Hollywood stars. Make a beehive at your upper portion of the head and pin it. Leave bangs in front of the face to frame your face. This style goes good with gorgeous jewellery, minimum make-up and coral lipstick.

Beehive With Bangs

Bumped Up Bun

This hairstyle is very beautiful. You can bump up at the top of your head and make a bun at the lower back. Make side part at the front. You can attach decorative clip on the bump up hair. Wear a smoky eye makeup, nude lipstick and wear some gorgeous long dress to be more attractive. You can make this hairstyle to meet with your loved one.

Bumped Up Bun

High Twisted Bun

60’s hairstyle means top buns and beehive at your hair. High twisted bun is the accurate depiction of the 60’s hairstyle. The bun is full of tangled twists. No bangs and no more messy hair. It is finely brushed and the whole style and twist is in the bun. You can try this hairstyle at any party to be gorgeous and pretty.

High Twisted Bun

Beehive Low Pony

This hairstyle is popular till now. First you need to do a beehive at the top of your head then make a ponytail at the lower back of your head. Make a side part and leave it like bangs. The beehive needs not to be perfect. Actress Joelle Carter makes this hairstyle to be stunning with her copper hair. You can wear any dresses with this hairstyle. The hairstyle will look gorgeous itself.

Beehive Low Pony

High Ponytail

High ponytail was one of the popular hairstyle of 60’s. First use some hair spray and take your hair up and tie it with a band. You can puff your hair at the front and pin it. It is one of the classy look. This hairstyle will look pretty on you. This hairstyle looks good with jeans, top and high heels.

High Ponytail

French Twist

You can part your hair and twist it at the back of your hair and pin it. This 60’s style is popular till now. In fact, it is a very common hairstyle. You can see twists at the back of your head. It is a classy hairstyle. You can look classy if you can wear short or long dress. You can try this hairstyle for wedding, office meeting, party and festive season.

French Twist

Twisted Up Do

It is a mix and match hairstyle. It is a retro as well as modern hairstyle. It helps to add your hair volume. It is perfect hairstyle for wedding. You can wear black eyeliner and nude lipstick to add some spice in your look. It looks good with almost every dress.

Twisted Up Do

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