Have you recently noticed that a lot of people are wearing flared jeans, platform heels, and big hats? If you wait long enough, just like every fashion era makes a comeback around sooner or later. Right now, it’s the 70s era in the spotlight.
It’s a no-brainer that 70s inspired trends have been resurfacing in the past few years. Famous celebrities like Bella Hadid, Hailey Bieber, and Kendall Jenner have been slaying the ‘70s trends like flared pants, colorful crochet tops, hairstyles, and vintage sunglasses in the past.
At the beginning of 2021, Farrah Fawcett’s infamous feathery waves became the hot topic of many hairstyle tutorials on many social media platforms. Apart from Farrah’s hairstyle, other ‘70s inspired hairstyle trends, like boho braids, voluminous waves, hairstyles with scarves and headbands, afro hairstyles have been also trending.
Every decade has its own style statement when it comes to hair. During the 70s, a unique hairstyle was key for self-expression. Unique yet funky hairstyles were also popular, particularly for the younger generation, and offered a way to express one’s personality.
Conservative hairdos like shag hairstyles or flirty bobs also had room for personal expression in the 1970s. Many of these 70s hairstyles are in vogue now because they are first and foremost classics. Adding a modern twist such as hair highlights, a bit of color, or a touch of straightening to a seventies look can freshen up the retro style. Hair accessories such as scarves and headbands can also be used to give your hairstyle a more fun look.
If you are intrigued and want to recreate the most iconic and classic hairstyle, here we have listed some of the most popular 70s hairstyles to try right now.
Farrah Fawcett hairstyle
The legendary Farrah Fawcett was an extraordinary actress with a great personality and fashion sense. This Charlie’s Angels actress was not only famous for her versatile acting skills but also famous for her iconic hairstyle. It is still one of the best ‘70s hairstyles of all time.
Looking for a major hair makeover? Well! Consider the newly upgraded shag haircut. Choppy, funky layered hairstyle from the ‘70s never goes out of style. This hairstyle particularly features crisp choppy ends, a lot of layering, tons of texture and is a simple hairstyle if you’re searching for a cut that will add more volume, texture to your hair. Singer Billie Eilish is also seen rocking the shaggy bob haircut like her mother.
One of my personal favorite 70’s hairstyles for black hair in 2021. This kinky hairstyle is a must to try this season. This type of afro-textured hair isn’t easy to handle but with the right tools, you can easily maintain and embrace this look.
Saw this one coming huh! One of the most eye-catching and magnificent hairstyles ever. Dreadlock hairstyle is the most coolest and stylish hairstyle to try right now. Dreadlocks also require a lot of patience as they can take years to complete fully. If you cannot wait that long and want to try this hairstyle right away, you can try faux locs.
Hairstyle with headbands
Yet another ‘70s boho-inspired hairstyle to explore. Experiment with all kinds of headbands and don’t limit yourself. These are fun and can amp up your look instantly.
Hairstyle with scarves
Adding one more to the accessories list here. Scarves were big trend back then and still are to this day. There are various kinds of scarves with vibrant patterns to choose from. It is the perfect accessory to look cool for the summer.
Braids are a classic and most simple hairstyle. Fish style braid, rope braid, dutch braid and so many kinds of braids were popular in the 70s and are still popular. You can watch tutorials and try it out for yourself.
Another iconic hairstyle that was common in the 70s. The pixie cut is for those ladies who have short hair and looking for a change in their hairstyle.
Bangs were not only popular now but we’re also pretty popular back in the ‘70s. Bangs are simply strands of hair that fall over your front hairline. There are various types of bangs to try, some of these are curtain bangs, v-shaped bangs, blunt bangs, braided bangs, wispy bangs, and so on.
Bob haircut is the hairstyle that reminds me the most about the ‘70s era. This is yet another classic and retro haircut to try. Sharp, sleek, smooth, and easy to maintain. You can also add bangs to spice it up.
Want to stand out from the crowd in your prom? Try the ‘70s inspired hairstyles like braided buns to add a vintage look to your outfit. ‘70s hairstyles are suitable for prom as they are versatile and look good in everything.
Talking about updos, poofy and extravagant buns were considered a showstopper in the 70s. Buns add more structure to your face and look very elegant and beautiful. You can also add accessories like beads to create a more fun look. Buns are evergreen and will always be in fashion no matter what.
Hope you loved these trendy ‘70s hairstyle and cannot wait to try every single one of them. Let us know which one was your favorite and what are the other kinds of ‘70s hairstyle that are iconic and still are trending.