The evolution of fashion and hairstyles

Hairstyles can offer thousands of options, from the simplest to the most elaborate.
Chignons, braids, curls, wide or narrow waves, upswept or semi-upswept, the important thing is to know how to recognise yourself in your chosen hairstyle. The aim is to be relaxed and in harmony with your character. If you’re interested in portraits, you can explore this page: http://Our portraits!

Hairstyles have always existed, starting from Greece and Ancient Rome.

Starting with the Greeks, they knew and loved to distinguish themselves from the northern barbarians through the way they combed their hair.
While the Greeks loved neat, perfect curls, the young girls of ancient Rome preferred to gather their hair in masses and tie it up with a ribbon. Only on special occasions, such as parties and weddings, could the hairstyle be changed into something more elegant.
Over the years, hairstyles became increasingly sophisticated.

How has hairstyle evolved since the 1920s?

The 1920s represented the beginning of a new way of life. Women in particular began their struggle for emancipation and did so in a thousand ways. The style of dressing, make-up and hairstyle was one of them.
This period saw the birth of the bob, a very short bob cut ideal for straight or wavy hair. It was the birth of a style that was not only revolutionary but also practical and suited to the new pace of daily life.
To be fashionable in those years, waves, a chignon and various accessories were almost indispensable.

Most of the hairstyles of the time were embellished with ‘royal’ headbands. All colours and patterns and were applied horizontally to the forehead, which was highlighted.
In the 1940s, Hollywood curls marked the beginning of defined, fluffy curls. In addition, the short bob that had characterised the entire decade of the 1920s became longer, reaching up to the shoulders.
Lifestyles then began to change and with them, the hairstyle looks. The new looks: a variety of styles. For example, starting with the very short, famous Italian haircut launched by Gina Lollobrigida and Sophia Loren. And the long, wavy, fluffy hair of Anita Ekberg, made famous in the film La Dolce Vita.

At the end of the 1950s, hairstyles became more voluminous. On the contrary, it was the black women who started to have their hair done, especially in England and the United States.

What about Bohemian style?

The Bohemian style lived very much in vogue in the 1960s and 1970s and was exalted in fashion and hairstyle, where it was represented as a deliberately bachelor-like look.
Before the hippy wave at the end of the decade, the divas of the sixties gave us precious styling. Even today they are still a source of inspiration for the most important beauty salons.

The seventies were characterised by outfits in bright, glittering colours that were offset by sober hairstyles.
Therefore this was the era of the voluminous hairstyle, with smooth, inward-combed tips working with a round brush to give added tone. Jane Birkin was an icon of non-conformism: her brown hair was never dyed and was ultra-straight with a maxi fringe – the exact opposite of what was considered fashionable.

The 1980s were years of experimentation, characterised by a desire to abandon the classic and make room for the new. These were the years of techno music, frisé, brightly coloured hair and braided hairstyles.
In the 90s, streaks and highlights became maniacally popular. The Afro look and the wet look also played a major role in these years.

What style is emerging today?

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Fashion is going backwards and so are haircuts.
The hair trend for the year 2022 in the 90s. The cut is short, similar to the mullet. The name is bixie and it’s winning everyone over. In fact, as we know, the 90s were full of unusual hairstyles and haircuts that are making a comeback. These include the very popular curtains or fringes, which are more or less short fringes with soft waves. It would seem that in 2022 the trend is to take a two-decade leap and cut short hair with two very, very open locks on the forehead.

Finally… What about you? What era do you belong to?

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