6 Vintage Hairstyles Making a Well-Deserved Comeback 

Vintage hairstyles are returning! Six timeless styles are back:  

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This iconic 1940s hairdo has rolls on either side of the head and pin curls or waves.  

Winning Rolls  

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Finger waves, popular in the 1920s and 1930s, create sleek, sculpted waves near to the scalp for glam.  

Finger Waves

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Beehives, a 1960s favourite, have a large crown and smooth sides, typically with a headband or bow.  

Beehive 

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The pixie cut, popularised by Audrey Hepburn and Twiggy in the 1950s and 1960s, remains stylish today.  

Pixie Cut 

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Marilyn Monroe-inspired Old Hollywood waves cascade in gentle curls and frame the face gracefully.  

Glam Waves 

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A low bun at the nape of the neck, the chignon was invented in ancient Greece and popularised in the 1940s. It is often adorned with flowers or pins.  

Chignon 

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