Every new fashion season now offers something new–or does it? A lot of hairstyles that are “new” today are actually re-runs of old hair fashion. Some are significant variations of old styles; whereas others are virtual copies.
In 2007 the new hairstyle trend was bob haircuts. You saw the new edgy Victoria Beckham bob, and other regular bobbed hairdos. Bobs were all the rage in the 1990s; supermodel Linda Evangelista had a bob in 1995 and in 2007. Is anything ever really new?
You may not be satisfied with the current hairstyles trends, concluding the latest haircuts don’t suit you, or they look dull. Today the hairstylists around the country lack creativity, you feel. If that’s the case, you could find an inspired style for every day from a previous decade or era.
Here “retro” is defined as from the last century, i.e., 1900-1999. The hairstyles pictures are categorized by decade from the 1920s to the 1990s.
Just as there is classic clothing, there are classic hairstyles. You can look good in them at any time. They may not even look “dated.” They are just that good. Hot then… hot now… how always.
You may be surprised, but a lot of people still like The Rachel Haircut of 1995, and every day look online for a picture of it to take to their hairdresser. It was the hottest haircut of the 1990s, and today it’s probably the hottest retro hairstyle.