6 Charming Retro Beehive Hairdos

The retro beehive style is fun, classic and voluminous. It has been a favorite celebrity hairdo and one can make a sure lasting impression by wearing the beehive style anywhere. Try this hairdo the next time on a special occasion and be the star of the event.

Here Are 6 Charming Retro Beehive Hairdos

1. 1960s Beehive Style

Section the front hair and secure it with a clip. Grab the remaining hair back to make a high ponytail. Tease the hair and spray it. Smooth it a bit and tie the hair into a baggy bun. Secure the bun in place using pins. Backcomb the front section, brush it down and spray it. Bring the front section over the bun and use pins to hold the hair in place.

1960s Beehive Style

2. Beehive Half Updo

Make a deep side parted hair. Pull out the hair in the crown section and tease it. Smooth out the teased hair towards your back and create a perfect bouffant. Secure the bouffant with pins and spray it. Brush down the remaining hair at the back and sweep the front section towards the side. Brush the hair in the front and sides and finish with a spray.

Beehive Half Updo

3. Braided Beehive Half Updo

Section the hair in the crown region and do it up with a clip. With a curling rod, create curls in the rest of the hair. Backcomb the crown section, create a bouffant and secure it with pins. Pull out two thin sections of hair from either side of the hair in the front and start braiding a standard braid. Make sure the braids encircle the bouffant to highlight it. Join the braids just below the bouffant and make a messy braid along the tail. Sweep the front loose bands along the sides and finish with a spray.

Braided Beehive Half Updo

4. Low Ponytail Beehive

Start with a deep parted hair. Section the front hair and secure it with a clip. Section out the hair in the crown region, tease it, make a bouffant and secure it with pins. Take a thin section of hair from the foremost part of the crown and pull it over the bouffant. Gather the rest of the hair, except the front section and tie it into a low side ponytail. Sweep the front section towards the sides and pull it towards the ponytail and use it to wrap the ponytail. Secure the hair using pins. Smooth down the tail of the ponytail.

Low Ponytail Beehive

5. Beehive With Chignon

Smooth down the deep side parted hair. Gather the crown section hair and brush it back from the ends. Without disturbing the teased hair, smooth the front section and the hair at the back and tie it into a low ponytail and secure it with a band. Insert a tail comb into the crown and pull it up slightly to lift the hair up. Pull the ponytail locks at the sides to create the 60s look and use the tail comb again to lift the hair at the crown region higher. Tie the tail of the ponytail into a neat, chic chignon at the nape, secure it with bands and pins and finish with a spray.

Beehive With Chignon

6. Boho Beehive

Divide your hair into front and back section. Grab the hair at the back and make a high ponytail. Backcomb your ponytail section by section. Once you backcomb the entire section make a loose bun and secure it with a ponytail. Backcomb the front section and cover the entire bun with this hair and smooth it out. Twist the hair at the end and tuck it inside the bun creating a French roll. Secure it using bobby pins. You can accessorize with a broad hair band.

Boho Beehive