The 1960’s began a decade of favorite fashion history, one of which has been repeated and replicated time and time again. We’ve reclaimed everything from bell bottoms and paisley prints to the rebirth of big sunglasses.
In the 1960’s, long straight hair was the in-fashion just as it is today. Likewise, it was preferred to have the hair ironed straight and neat, taming down any frizzies. Difference was back then, young ladies laid their long hair out on an ironing board.
Long before very straight, nicely ironed hair returned to our favor, Demi has sported hair of great length always having it kept shiny and healthy. It is very becoming on her and definitely looks well kept. Ms. Moore could be a poster child for the epitome of long, black, shiny hair and what it should look like.
A successful movie actress since the late ’90’s, Eva Mendes has starred in quite a few films like "Training Day", "Hitch", and "2 Fast 2 Furious".
Parted off about two inches in from the hairline, Ms. Mendes hair is brushed back into a updo. Pinned up hair seems to have been left uncurled and scattered about. Hair in the front has been parted and a curling iron used to "crimp" hair back into a bend on the right side. Left side was tucked behind the ear.
It’s a windblown look turned into a formal do that’s come at a point in time where it is not only considered acceptable, it is viewed as quite fashionable.
Jessica has rich, brown hair with some golden highlights. Kept at a medium length, she curls it into large, loose ringlets curled back off her face. The curls are not brushed or blended as is the latest trend.