Pompadour hairstyle history was very popular in the 50s and it was a mid-cut short with a beautiful tassel enhanced on the front and a lot of pomade. Elvis Presley and James Dean, the two icons with slicked hair and black jacket are the purest representatives of this pompadour hairstyle.
The "duck tail" was also known. The hair was held with the aid of gel in place. At the front was just combed back, but not too tight. It should go back into a bow. The sides were combed back. At the back is all the hair together. It looks like the tail of a duck, hence the name "duck tail". These two styles were the trendsetters for many hairstyles that men wear now. For example, look at Brad Pitt. Also, the "mohawk" has its roots in the 50s.
Among the women wavy or curly hair was the trend. The women who had this hair naturally, so did not have much to do. The popular hairstyles in the 50s included the "ponytail", the "poodle hair model", "pin curl", "curly bobs" and "updos". Despite curls and waves when were in, was the "ponytail", or ponytail a solution for women with straight hair. This hairstyle needed little maintenance and was worn by younger women.
Older women chose the "poodle hair models". The hair was cut between 2.5 and 5 centimeters and then permed. The hair is then combed only there was a little spray put in and the woman was ready to go out of home.
"Pin curls" was the style that women with straight hair chosen, because the woman of the 50s really did anything to prevent the outside world saw her with straight hair. Medium-length to long hair was evening rollers put in, when it was still wet. When it was morning, dried and unrolled, the women had beautiful curls, which seemed almost natural. On top of the head hair was well kept smooth. This hairstyle was often accompanied by a pony. For the "curly bobs' hair was cut to shoulder length or slightly shorter. At the end of her big rollers were put. Thus, the hair is curled at one end to the inside or outside. The moons were put in rollers.
Also called rockabilly, this hairstyle is born among young fans of rock and roll of the American working class and then spread to become a must among the wealthiest.
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