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Seventies hair, which look to go for?
Seventies hair, which look to go for?
Seventies hair, which look to go for?
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Seventies hair, which look to go for?

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A 70s rebirth is underway in the world of hair and fashion! Designers are taking their inspiration from the fashionistas of this decade to create current-day, contemporary versions of key seventies pieces. Whether you have wavy locks, Charlie’s Angel-style tresses or straight hair, find the look you need! 
 
For ultra-straight long hair. The symbol of a hippie generation, ultra-straight long hair was endless and a magnet for hair accessories. As for fashion, it was all about flared jeans and floaty blouses or tops in psychedelic prints. And don’t forget the trademark headband, worn across the middle of the forehead.
 
For wavy hair. Create pretty waves using wide-barrelled curling tongs. This looks best on mid-length and long hair. Leave your hair down and concentrate on your outfit. Go for a long, flowing dress, preferably featuring prints. Avoid liberty prints and instead look for big flowers or graphic, arty prints. As for shoes, opt for heeled boots in burgundy, wine red or chestnut shades. When it comes to accessories, go for a wide-rimmed hat, very on-trend and oh-so-retro.
 
With Charlie’s Angels tresses. This floaty, glamorous look has become an iconic hairstyle thanks to the three Charlie’s Angels. A retro and sophisticated style that requires a flawless dress sense! Step into loose-fit trousers or a flared mid-length skirt. Team with a puff-sleeve top or (for the more cautious) a roll-neck jumper. When it comes to colours, choose mustard yellows or oranges. Finally, put your Mary Poppins shopper away and slip a cute clutch bag under your arm.
 
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