The 60s have been a recurring inspiration for designers and stylists alike. The baby doll blowouts from the era were seen on the runways again this year, proof that voluminous hair is still extremely lusted after. We investigate why.
For centuries styles and tastes have changed and evolved, but one look that seems to stand the test of time is big hair. Big teased hair really took off in the 60s with influential icons of the time like Brigitte Bardot and Jackie Kennedy Onassis sporting it. The style has remained popular ever since due to its irresistible bounce and seductive bed head look.
How to master it
The best part about this look is that it can be achieved with next-day hair. First have your hairstylist curl your hair and then apply some Wild Stylers 60s Babe Savage Panache. The next step is to ask them to tease the back of your hair and your roots to create extra volume. To finish off the look all they have to do is lightly brush your locks so as to not crush the volume they just created and then give your hair a light mist of hairspray. You're ready to go!
How to wear it
Tie your hair into a low pony, or half-up half-down. The volume you created by teasing your hair will make these two looks extra special, and you can take them to the next level by adding a headband or jeweled clip. If you'd like to make your baby doll blowout more modern, add a texturizing product. Finish everything off with a bold lipstick, or for a true retro vibe, cat eyeliner.