This Was the 10 Most Popular Hairstyle the Year You Were Born


1950s: The 1950s were characterized by glamorous and polished hairstyles such as the classic short curls worn by Audrey Hepburn or the voluminous.


1960s: The 1960s saw the rise of mod fashion and hairstyles, including the iconic pixie cut worn by Twiggy and the sleek, straight styles popularized by fashion.


1970s: The 1970s embraced a more natural and free-spirited approach to hairstyles, with trends like long, flowing locks with center parts, as seen on celebrities.


1980s: The 1980s were all about big hair and bold styles, including voluminous perms, teased hairdos, and statement-making hairstyles.


1990s: The 1990s saw a range of hairstyle trends, from the sleek, straight styles popularized by supermodels like Cindy Crawford to the grunge-inspired.


2000s: The early 2000s were marked by a variety of hairstyles, including the popularity of sleek, straight hair, layered cuts, and the rise of "The Rachel" haircut.


2010s: In the 2010s, hairstyles varied widely, with trends like beachy waves, balayage highlights, and the resurgence of the bob haircut.


2020s: The 2020s have seen a continuation of trends from the previous decade, with hairstyles like the blunt bob, curtain bangs, and natural textures gaining popularity.


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