11 ’60s-Inspired Hairstyles

'60s hair

Go Long

Not all hair during the ’60s was teased beyond belief. During the late ’60s, long, shaggy styles became popular on both girls and guys. This soon became the trademark style of the hippie movement.

To get this look, “ask your stylist for ‘invisible’ long layers and square shapes to preserve the volume and fullness around your face,” says Scarbrough. And if you have very fine hair, Scarbrough says to skip the bangs and opt for a layer of hair that you can sweep across your forehead. “A purposeful fringe is key,” she says.