5 Vintage Hairstyles Which Still Look Good Today

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If you believe that it is impossible to replace a good therapist, this article discloses how you can save a lot of money through vintage hairstyles. According to Jim Morrison, haircuts could be one of the worst mistakes in the life of any man or woman. Everybody knows how a good (or bad) hairdo can affect appearance. Something good boosts your self-confidence even before leaving the house. If you have a bad haircut, your whole body lets you know that your hair is a mess – your shoulders will drop, while your flat stomach appears bloated.

If you have a bad haircut, the right thing to do is to call your hairstylist, requesting an emergency appointment to solve your problem before you get embarrassed in any of your public outings. I like vintage hairstyles because they help me to look good, and I am ready to share some of their ideas with you.

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1. MARQUISE DE POMPADOUR

There are many popular vintage hairstyles today, and one which stands out is the Pompadour. This was made popular in the early 1700s by the Marquise de Pompadour, and has transcended many centuries. Pompadour is a hairstyle that has a clear concept – sweeping your hair high upwards over the forehead from the face, while in some cases, you could have the hair being upswept around the back and the sides. Fauxhawk is the modern version of the Pompadour. This creates a highly fashionable and fierce look, making it to be the favorite of many people. Miley Cyrus, Pink and Jenny McCarthy are some of the celebrities sporting the Pompadour today.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE