11 ’60s-Inspired Hairstyles

Love that "Mad Men" look? We'll show you a bunch of hairstyles that would fit in perfectly at the office of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce -- but also work for today

'60s hair

Voluminous Pony

This retro take on a ponytail is easy to create — it just takes backcombing (what else?) to get that crown height. Scarbrough tells us how to get the look: First, create a center part. Then, spray and backcomb the back of your hair on the crown, stopping in the middle of your crown. (Do this on either section of the part.) Lean your head way back and hairspray the front top area. Put your hair into a low bun or pony with your head tilted back. Your part — around the bang area — will naturally fall loose when you come upright.