Hairstyles retro beat records of popularity
Today hairstyles retro literally beat records of popularity. It does not surprise because the model hairstyles of the 20's, 30's, 40 s, 50's and 60's are different feminine and very elegant. Evening Attire multiple wins if its complement high hairdo. The most impressive looking high retro styling long hair, but create a beautiful styling and possibly in the presence of medium length hair
Hairstyles retro: the basic elements
The most relevant element retro hairstyle is a roller. Ways of its formation, there are several, to provide a significant amount of stylists use special pads. On the basis of the roll straight hair form such popular models in retro style as Dolce & Gabbana, Jean Paul Gautier, Cristian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Tracy Reese, Jeremy Scott, Jil Sander, Preen and others.
On curled hair form roller and create hairstyles: Suno, Marni, Tracy Reese. The roller is used to create complex and voluminous bangs hairstyles such as Giorgio Armani.
Smooth and tousled waves and curls are also used to create a retro-style haircuts. This interpretation is given: Zac Posen, Prada, Mark Fast, Anna Sui, etc.
Another well-known method - it ponytail in various forms, including complex. With the use of this procedure gets a hairdo type Gucci.
Spectacular high hair in retro style are based on volume, stylists own technique of its receipt. As a result, there are such wonderful styling as Fendi, Diane von Furstenberg, Rochas and others.
Interested in retro style?
Must be borne in mind that smooth updo is not for everyone. It is performed so that all the hair gather fully opening face. Therefore, the bulk of retro styling is not recommended for women with a high forehead, too round or square type of face. For oval face with a narrow forehead or medium fit all the high stacking. If you find that your face is too high cheekbones, thin or find it still has some flaws, it is best to choose high hair in retro style with the presence of the roller-bang or other, suggesting the presence of the volume of hair near the face.