|Unfortunately there is no tutorial for this modern version of a 60s do but with the tutorials below I’m sure you could figure it out! Image via|
I’ve always loved big teased long hair with a bit of a throwback to the sixties, especially with pale glossy lips and black eye liner and mascara (just don’t go to literal 60s make-up so it doesn’t look like a costume). The bigger and pouffier (is that even a word?)the better. Harken your inner Bridget Bardot, Priscila Presley, Jean Shrimpton,and Sophia Loren. Think big long and styled but in a sexy bed head kind of way. Total sex kitten. Pair it with a sun dress, little black dress, or a black turtle neck and jeans for a full proof knock out look.
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Below are Pictures that have inspired this series, and after you’ve been inspired scroll down to check out tutorials for similar hairstyles.
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I love how her makeup is just a little retro without over doing it, to still keep it modern.
|Inspiration: I love this modern take on a sexy 60s teased hairdo image via|
I’m loving the side swept bangs with the big teased 60s bouffant hair shown top and bottom.
I love this bouffant style with a messy side ponytail and side swept bangs.
|Inspiration: Kim Kardashion rocks 60s hair and makeup image via|
I could really care a less about Kim Kardashion, since I’ve never seen the Karadashion’s show, but you have to love her hair and make-up here. Sixties at it’s best. The only thing I would change is to lose the bunny ears and wear a top!
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I love how this picture looks both retro and modern. The barrette with the side swept “bangs” is a nice touch. Maybe one with a little sparkle?
|Inspiration: sixties style low pony tail image via|
How cute is this voluminous sixties retro side parted low pony tail?
|Inspiration: Here’s a great modern take on a sixties do|
I’m loving the big bouffant sixties style in a more wearable modern every day way. The above picture is a great example.
Now that we’ve looked at a lot of inspiration,let’s see if we can recreate it. Here are the best tutorials I found for similar hairstyles to my inspiration pictures.
Half Up Half Down Modern Beehive
I love the ideal of having your hair in a half up half down hairdo that’s got some volume to it. So
cute for a wedding! Either for a bride or even if you are just
attending. I’ve found a few different ways to create a modern sixties beehive half updo. Style Serendipity
has a full tutorial that uses teasing to create this hairstyle. While this tutorial uses teasing to get height you could also use a volume lift insert to achieve this look as well as discussed above.
Lovely Imperfect has a full tutorial for a different version of the half up do with bouffant volume.
Long Hair Down Sixties Bouffant
Bobby Glam has a full tutorial of how to get this sexy bouffant style.
High Volume Big Dolly Hair
Inspired by Dolly Parton A Beautiful Mess shows you how to bet her big country locks.
A Modern Updo Beehive
Check out Beauty Riot’s tutorial for a modified beehive. It’s basically a lot of back combing that’s covered by hair and then secured into a low twist or knot.
I hope you enjoyed all the vintage 60s hairstyle tutorials in this article, and the rest of our Big Sexy Sixties Hair Series. I know I’ll be sporting it myself with some cute vintage dresses this spring/summer!
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