The ’60s was a great time for experimental hairstyles. The hair was arranged in rolls of many kinds, and puffs were also in fashion. Today, many women go for these rolled up hairstyles when they want a fashionably vintage look. If you are looking for 60s hairstyles, there are many vintage styles for short, medium, and long hair. Fun, flamboyant, and dramatic, the hairstyles of the rock ‘n roll era give you a cool retro look. They are high on sensuality and focus on smooth styling, which bring out your inner diva.
Depending on the length and texture of your hair, you can choose a cute ’60s fashionable hairstyle. If your hair is wavy, you can arrange it in a short haircut with a formal look. Neat waves carefully arranged on one side of the head, create a vintage hairstyle. You can also side part the waves, and brush them back from the forehead. For medium length straight hair, roller action on the front tresses creates dressy locks. You can cut your front hair in a smooth fringe, framing your forehead. Pompadours and semi-pompadours are the height of ’60s fashion. You can roll up your front hair, pompadour style, and complete the look with over sized ribbons or colorful cloth bands.
The front tresses are rolled into a semi-pompadour, in this retro hairstyle picture.
The big bow ribbon for the hair completes the polka-dotted retro get up.
The long hair is arranged in a high mound, at a slight angle to the head.
The hair is styled in loose locks, and spread along one shoulder.
Pushing back the hair with a hairband to puff it up, makes for a very ’60s look.
The thick hair is waved, and brushed away from the forehead. A ’60s short hairstyle.
The front hair is puffed up in this long hairstyle. A colorful cloth band completes the ’60s look.
The oversized polka dots bow, adds a ’60s touch to the long hairstyle.
The smooth rolls on the top and sides look neat in this retro hairstyle.
The loose locks elegantly frame a part of the forehead, in this cute retro short haircut.
Elegant coils on top of the head go well with the light even bangs.
The back hair is arranged in a smooth high puff, creating a flamboyantly retro look.
The long hair is wound around several times, in this retro mound hairstyle.
The smooth medium layers fall around the face, giving her a softened look.
The back hair is arranged in a quirky horizontal bun, in this retro hairstyle.
The 60s Fashion of long hair looks cool with smooth bangs. The black short locks are arranged retro style, with a side parting.
Large hats add a dramatic look to the tied up hairstyles of these women.
The short thick waves are arranged in sections, framing the face.
The short neat waves framing the face look cute with the pinned back hair.
In this cool hair fashion, the front hair is arranged in a stylish semi-pompadour.
Elaborate rolls frame one side of the face, in this stylish ’60s look.
High front puffs look great with both bobs and medium hairstyles.
Long hair drapes one shoulder with the front tresses pinned back, in this side parted hairstyle.
The twisty medium locks go well with the thick evenly cut bangs.
Rolls of hair neatly frame the side of the face. A cloth band keeps the rest of the hair in place.
The light wavy hair is arranged in a formal short retro haircut.
A big ribbon cloth band keeps this side parted pompadour in place.