/ Labels: Hairstyles
Hairstyles throw light on the social condition of the society. Along with time, hairstyles alter. The only common trend is that the hairstyles of the celebrities and popular icons is always regarded as ideal. In the early 1900s, Antoine of Paris parted the hair in the middle and swept them back over the ears. In the 1920s, the Louise Brooke's bob became well-known. In the 1940s, Rita Hayworth made the side-parted finger waves very popular. The 1950s, the helmet like hairstyle and the pixie cut was prevalent. Big hair and poodle perms were widespread in the 1980s. The 1990s were the era of the Jennifer Aniston hairstyle and the millennium revived Sarah Jessica Parker's flowing curly style.
This has always been called as the "king of hairstyles". In this, hair is short on the top and long at the back. Usually, rockstars, Italians and South Americans follow this hairstyle. Mike D from the Beastie Boys used the term "mullet" for the first time in the 1980s.
This style reached its prime in the 1970s. It is popular primarily among females. However, some males also use it. It is a general choice in the Royal family, golf professionals and grannies. It must be noted that the perming process damages the hair.
The hairstyle of Jennifer Aniston enabled ordinary faced girls to look like pretty ones. Aniston created a huge trend amongst women worldwide.It so happened that Jennifer Aniston played the character of Rachel Green on Friends, which was a wildly popular weekly show. In its second season, Aniston had a sharp new haircut that transformed her to a hairstyle icon. This haircut was named after her character as "The Rachel". It is bouncy, angled and layered shag. The Los Angeles hairstylist Chris McMillan is the creator of this hairstyle. This hairstyle has been the most popular after "The Farrah" style of the 70s. Farrah Fawcett of Charlie's Angels had started the "Farrah" style.