The swinging haircut of American singer Joan Jett will shake your world. The irregular hairstyle with rough bangs might make your leather jacket stylish. Not edgier than this!
Many ladies wanted to dye their hair like her golden hair. This American actress was the embodiment of glamor; a generation looked to her. Use hot rollers or curlers to get this style.
The charm is simplicity! In the photo above, Michelle Williams modernizes a historic school. Her thick side baby bangs give it a classic look with a contemporary edge.
The ‘Lost in Translation’ actress completes her provocative look by slicking down one side of her golden hair and curling the rest.
Twiggy's powerful, androgynous appearance, sleek pixie crop, and big eyelashes defined the 1960s.
Coco Rocha's 1960s-inspired haircut is chic. Her lively and youthful countenance is breathtaking after the jaw-length cut removes years off her face.
Former American model and actress Peggy Moffitt made the five-point cut her distinctive hairdo. This is one of the greatest short haircuts for over-60s.
This hairdo, inspired by Mia Farrow's Rosemary's Baby, is feminine and flatters oval, square, and heart-shaped features.
Singer Solange Knowles rocks her natural hair well. We adore how these tight curls give her hair volume that spans from day to night.
Our short-hair inspiration is Emma Watson's iconic, edgy pixie cut. This beautiful and practical haircut requires flair and confidence with angled bangs and spiky textures.
Continuing from the late 1950s, the bouffant grew large in the 1960s. Margaret Thatcher, Jackie Kennedy, Lady Bird Johnson, and The Supremes wore bouffants.
The 60s may be gone, but Pageboy vibes are still appealing. Yu Yamada models the traditional and stylish bob curled at chin and harsh bangs to define her face.