By Pamela Church Gibson

Not anything defines somebody like their coiffure - and what a century it's been for hair! Bangs, bobs, buns, beehives and bouffants have vied with pixie cuts, pin curls, perms and pageboys for ascendancy in an ever-changing parade of women seems and traits, and one of the males weve visible Caesers, comb overs, ducktails, pretend hawks, flattops, quiffs and slick backs. From the Edwardian period during the seismic alterations of the 20s and 60s, and together with each quirky twist hair background took on its option to the flip of the millennium, this booklet is a lush visible survey of 100 years of hair types and the nice stylists of the century together with Jackie Kennedys stylist Mr. Kenneth and innovators like Vidal Sassoon.

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Pride in their ethnic origins saw African-American musicians adopting traditional African hairstyles – hair was plaited into tight ‘cornrows’, grown and then twisted into dreadlocks or braided and ornamented, as seen here on Stevie Wonder. The bikini-clad white actress Bo Derek, star of the film 10, had her hair plaited in cornrows. The style has remained popular with young people looking for an eye-catching way to dress their hair. Big Hair, Small Screen 20 July 1985 The most popular television programmes of the early Eighties were Dallas and Dynasty, soap operas that followed the fortunes of rich and constantly feuding families involved in the oil business.

The 1940s saw some new developments in black style. Brightly coloured ‘zoot suits’ for men, with voluminous trousers that were gathered in at waist and ankle, appeared during the war; they were worn originally by African-American musicians in various cities across the United States. But for those in the public eye, conformity was the rule – so Vaughan straightened her hair, as did Billie Holiday throughout her career. Later, male musicians such as Little Richard, James Brown and Chuck Berry would first straighten their hair and then style it into a dramatic quiff or pompadour known as a ‘conk’.

The GI look has remained (with minor modifications) a staple haircut for civilians ever since, experiencing regular revivals in popularity. Wash-and-Wear Wigs circa 1960 Hair does not always conform or behave – it won’t always do what its owner wants, nor let the hairdressers and stylists have their way. The next decade saw the widespread adoption of the new synthetic wigs, which were promoted with the slogan ‘wash and wear’. Formerly, wigs and hairpieces had been prohibitively expensive – but synthetic fibres now put them within the reach of many women.

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