80’s hairstyles are all in rage. If you walk down the street, you will see lots of fashion forward females with 80’s styles. Celebrities brought these trends back and inspired females to adopt retro ‘dos and enhance them with modern twists. 80’s hairstyles feature bangs, voluminous curls and waves, high ponytails short bobs etc. Go on reading to see what we have prepared for you.
Well, side parting and middle parting are a hot thing right now, but 80’s trends ask for no parting hairstyles. Actually, these styles are easy to achieve and they are all about hair products. The following look considered to be the hottest style in 1980. Luckily, you can bring the trend back and spice it up with modern twist. No part hairstyles look great literally on all hair lengths, including ultra-shirt medium and long.If you are planning to take the plunge and rock 80’s hairstyles, don’t forget about bangs as well. These patterns made the influential part of the hair fashion and used to be styled in different ways. Here is a bob haircut enhanced with thin fringes that are slightly swept to the sides. This bangs work on women with different face shapes and natural textures.
When talking about 80s styles we shouldn’t forget about textured and messy curls. That decade was all about embracing the natural texture. Due to celebrities, this trend is back again and women now don’t fear to demonstrate their incredible texture. Have a look at gorgeous Lily Collins and think of coping her haircut and hairstyle on your next appointment.
Do you remember that chic ponytail, styled on the side of the head? Well, now you can keep wearing the look. It stylish again and makes a great option for those who are planning to stand out in the crowd. I should admit that the side ponytail looks ridiculously gorgeous on ultra-long tresses. Throw in some hair extensions to achieve super long side pony.
The key to 80s hairstyles is volume. Give your locks lots of volume and texture for an incredible look like this. Whatever you plan to wear, consider giving it volume, but don’t try to overdo it, otherwise your headdress will look outdated. Add a modern twist to your ‘do by switching up your hair color and incorporating some patterns.