Hair & hairstyles

10 retro hairstyles that will never go out of style

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Everything that is retro is modern again these days. The same goes for that too Retro hairstyles. So if you want to try something different this weekend, it’s best to choose a hairstyle from the pretty stars of the past. To help you make your choice, we have prepared a few photos showing how the Retro hairstyles can look like today. So you can spice up Sophia Loren’s pretty curly hairstyle with a few pretty highlights. But the short hairstyle in retro style is also very popular. One example of this is the hairstyles of Mia Farrow and Twiggy. You can freshen up the wavy bob hairstyle and make it more modern by adding a pony. For an 80s look, a thin pony is enough, which you combine with a voluminous hairstyle. Should you be looking for more examples of how to spice up a retro hairstyle in a modern way, check out the gallery below and do that Retro style hairstyles immediately after.

  Retro hairstyles that are still trendy today

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Retro hairstyles – the stars then and now

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Jane Foda and Blake Lively 

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Mary Pickford and Taylor Swift

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Louise Brooks (1920) and Katie Holms

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Twiggy and Jennifer Hudson

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Jennifer Aniston and Kirsten Dunst

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Demi Moore and Zooey Deschanel

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 Adele and Sandra Dee (1960)

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