7 Hairstyles Of The ’60s You’d Totally Wear Today

And here’s how to do them.

1. The inspiration: A ’60s ad for Klorane hair products.

The tutorial: A volumized look with loose ringlets.

Get instructions here.

2. The inspiration: Jean Shrimpton’s sleek but substantial style on a 1965 Newsweek cover.

The tutorial: A bouffant worn long.

Check out how to do it here.

3. The inspiration: Brigitte Bardot’s messy bouffant.

The tutorial: The modified beehive.

Full instructions here.

4. The inspiration: Audrey Hepburn’s huge and smooth bun in Charade.

The tutorial: The smooth chignon.

Learn how to do it here.

5. The inspiration: Brigitte Bardot’s classic ribbon.

The tutorial: The girly bun.

Check it out here.

6. The inspiration: Tuesday Weld’s sweetheart pony.

The tutorial: The messy ’60s pony.

Check it out here.

7. The inspiration: The iconic beehive, as seen on a 1960 Teenagers mag cover.

The tutorial: A slightly more pimped-out version. Go big or go home!

Find out how to do it here.

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