Most people won't deny that the glam 60s bob hairstyles embellished with full, lush bangs were quite different than they are in current times.
Yet some folks have a wistful affection for those bubble-infused hairstyles of the past.
Hair nostalgia sometimes triggers a sentimental longing in some people for glam hairdos from the 1960s, which were very different than they are today in 2020. to look back.
Back in the 1960s, a popular hair tool was the old Dell Magazine pocket hairdo guides. The pocket publications were chock full of hairstyles.
All the young girls, especially of high school and college ages, carried the little hair books tucked into their handbags.
The young women would study each hairstyle at lunchtime in the cafeteria or student union.
Not only would they discuss each and every hairstyle in great length, but they would also study how to actually set the hairstyle using various curlers.
Luckily the pocket hair booklets included diagrams showing how to style each of the hairdos.
The example I've chosen for this blog is a classic glam bob hairstyle with a full bumper bang.
This hairstyle was popular because it helped to add softness and sleekness to puffy hairstyles.
Create this nostalgic bob style on newly wet washed hair, which has been micro fiber blotted and prepped with a styling cocktail consisting of a leave-in conditioner as well as a styling cream.
Part the hair down the center of the head from the hairline to the nape of the neck at the back of the head.
Carefully detangle hair with a smooth, wide-tooth styling comb. Separate hair into equal-sized sections. Use the largest-sized rollers available.
Wind the curlers down and away from the center part on either side. Then roll the curlers down in back except for the little nape ones, which are wound upwards.
It's important to remember that the smoother the results, the larger the rollers, the softer and
After you've rolled the side and back of the hair, then, wind the bangs on medium size rollers, forward and smoothly down. Allow the hair to air dry or sit under a hood or bonnet-style dryer on the slowest, coolest setting.
Once hair is 100% dry, remove the curlers one at a time. Use a boar bristle styling brush to lightly break up the curl patterns and arrange the hair. If you prefer more volume, back brush individual sections of the hair and then smooth it over.
Optionally you can use some light styling spray or hairspray to set the style.
Duplicate this nostalgic hairstyle for 2020 by following the step-by-step instructions provided along with utilizing the proper styling cocktail products as well as the appropriate large and medium-sized hair rollers.
If you want to change up the glam bob hairstyle shown in this blog, you can set the bangs with very small curlers and arrange the front of the hair a lot, like Janet Leigh's hairstyle in Psycho, which was released in 1960.Best wishes.
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