20 Cool and Classy 50’s Hairstyles for Women

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Generally, women are concerned about the looks and their dresses and hairstyle too. On an average day, women/females wouldn’t do much to look good. But if you ask them about any occasion, just like they love to dress up, they love to create new hairstyles. It is these occasions that women love to do something appropriate with their hairstyles.

In this article, we will study how cool and how unique a hairstyle or a haircut can make a woman look. Many a time, you might be concerned that what hairstyle or which haircut would suit you. You’re not sure as to what will look good on you, and you get confused, or you end up getting an inappropriate haircut. Please refer to your hairstylist for various options available to them at their salon to make you look good and to give a new haircut.

Here a few of 50’s Hairstyles which you can easily carry with any outfit.

20 Cool and Classy 50’s Hairstyles for Women

Slick Style Vintage Hairdo

Uniqueness is the main feature of this style. A vintage look curls that will give your hair that volume and bounce which the Hollywood actresses used to have. You need large barrel curlers for this, and the front bangs should be pinned up towards the sides. Fix and settle your curls with hairspray so that they give you a bold look. This style would suit majorly those females who have thin or rectangular face cut. It will provide a bounce and volume thus creating an illusion for broader face cuts. So now if your hair-dresser isn’t aware of what you want, show this image to get a real classy makeover.

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Naturally Curly Controlled Haircut

We all know that long curly hair is extremely unmanageable. Usually girl/female with long and naturally curly hair is looking for various options to control their hair. And the last option that they get is to chop off their hair so that they can look manageable. This cut will make a difference. There is no maintenance required. You can shampoo as many times in a week you want. And they will not get rough or dry either. If you have naturally curly hair, chop them off to get a new look.

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Major and Bold Curls with Side Swept

This look is glamorous. This style is often been termed as the “Marilyn Monroe” style. Absolutely stunning with that actual vintage curls that are bold enough to make bold headlines. You will need a very large barrel curling tongs to get this major curl. Pull a few strands or a section of your hair, roll on the curling tongs and hold it for good ten minutes. Keep rolling the rod to and fro so that your hair doesn’t get damaged. Use a good amount of hairspray to hold those curls right there on the spot.

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Side Swept Bob with Very Bold Curls

A complete vintage celebrity look for all the girls out there. Who wouldn’t want to get this super trendy and classy look for the prom night? Create a deep side parting and pull a little section of your hair from the front. Use large barrel curler for creating these rolls. Set your front curl with the help of a hairspray. Keep creating curls and keep using hairspray to fix them. This look is perfect for those with oval or long face cuts. Better suited with classy sheath dresses. Short and medium length hair is perfect for this style.

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Angled Curls for Medium Length Hair

This wavy angled cut looks simply gorgeous when balayage is done. A side parting is created where the other half is pulled back and pinned. Comb the other half section having curls, neatly. Soft curls can be achieved with the help of rollers if you don’t have permanent curls.

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Marilyn Monroe Bob Cut

As it is said that style and fashion have no age. This applies to hairstyles too. Try out this very classic Merlin Monroe bob cut with marshmallow color melt. And if your hair stylist isn’t aware of this classic cut, show him/her the photo. This is what majority are doing. This season, go chic with Merlin style bob cut.

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Sleek Straight with Little Curls

No matter what your age is, no matter where you are going and no matter where you work; this sleek and straight hairdo with little curls with look absolutely stunning. This chic style statement will leave you getting compliments from all. This style is the most demanded style by the majority of working females of all age group. This will get the best look if you have shoulder length hair at least. If your hair is not straight then, in that case, a hair straightener is your savior. Add a little curl at the edges of your hair and create a side or a center parting (whichever you prefer). Comb it neatly for a corporate look.

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Naturally Curled Bob Cut with Burnt Orange Color

Curly hair can be hard to manage for many. Thus many a time it is seen that girls/ladies chop off their hair to manage them. And if you have naturally curly and bob cut hair, then it is nothing more than suitable for you. A burnt orange global color works best and gives your hair a classy look.

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Front Pompadours with a Half Updo

This belongs to that classic era where high pompadours were in fashion. If you are bold enough to carry out this style with utmost ease, then this one belongs to you. You want large barrel curlers for this. Pull out a half section of your hair from the front. Use rollers for at least 10 to 15 minutes to get those large and bold curls. Pinup those curls with bobby pins and let the remaining half loose open.

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Side Parted School Girl Style

This style is cute enough to create that old school girl type looks. A side parting is anyways better than a center one. Loosely pin up your front flicks towards the side and let your hair loose at the back. Use curling comb and blow dry with a natural curl. This look is anytime better than a simple straight look.

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Messy Bun with Side Locks

A messy bun is in. A messy bin is sexy, easy and of course youthful. This is a perfect look for a relaxing weekend at home with a cup of tea/coffee or if you’re planning your day at the beach, then nothing better than this hairstyle. To give a beachy affair, you need a bandana upon your head. The front flicks create a sexy and a modern look.

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The Vintage Cabaret Look

The vintage, classy and shiny hair is what everybody wants. A little time and effort are required to create this cabaret-style look. But when you’re through this style, the look and feel you’ll get is one of the best. Team it up with a cute and classy hair clip of your choice.

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Half Rolled Up Wavy Balayage

The half rolled up hairdo always looks cool, simple and classy at the same time. And if you leave it a bit messy with natural light waves at the edges, you will rock this look. This is a more casual and relaxed type of a glance where your hair is not much pinned except the front flicks. And even if you have slightly messed up hair, and they fall on your face; who cares if you’re rocking the look at the end of the day. Use heating tongs to create a light wavy effect.

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Sleek Updo

For this look, you need to make sure that your hair is as smooth and straight as possible. But not to bother even if you do not have straight hair. Get it done via the help of a hair straightener. For best results, you will need shoulder length hair or even longer than that. Simply tie a pigtail and roll up your hair in a small bun. Secure it with pins.

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Bob with Curls

If you have short and curly hair, you’re lucky enough that they can be managed easily. Naturally curly hair with short bob is easy to manage. And if you are lucky enough to have thick hair, nothing likes it.

50s Hairstyles

Short Bob with Bangs

This look is nothing short of classy. The layers and the front flick add volume to your thin hair. But if you already have thick and voluminous hair, you can’t get lucky enough. Nothing much to do to achieve this style. This cut can be achieved in minutes and the bangs plus the layers attract the viewer.

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Wavy Bob with Burnt Orange Balayage

Your stylist would better demonstrate this style that how cute would it look on all the females out there. To all those who cannot carry long hair easily and those who are above 50 years, don’t you know how cute would it look on you. So if you are tired of handling your long tresses, it’s time for a perfect makeover this year. With a vintage look as much in fashion this year, I am pretty sure that this short, little, cute bob would make you go into your teenage days.

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Loose Curls with Salt and Pepper Balayage

We love loose curls because this is the ultimate look that majority females prefer. It does not only give you a vintage era feel but also let your hair appear as natural as they are. So when you’re trying out this style, you are sure that it will look nothing less than a natural style. Salt and pepper hand painted dye works best. It is not mandated that only the females above 40 get this balayage, it looks pretty impressive on youngsters as well.

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Pulled Back Short Bob

For those, who are not at all comfy holding those loose, long tresses, this short, pulled back bob is for you. Apply a generous amount of hair gel. Now comb your hair in the backward direction. Pull it back neatly. With the help of hair gel, your hair will stick and set easily without falling on your face.

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Textured and Stacked Bob

Belonging to the Victorian Era, this extremely short bob will give you that ultimate look. Girls, you would die for this haircut. If you already have short bob cut hair; in that case, you would only need some time with your round brush and your dryer so that you get these bold curls. And if you even have a little longer hair, it’s time for them to say goodbye! Chop them off. Create this look.

50s Hairstyles

These hairstyles were belonging to Victorian Era, or to the time when Merlin Monroe rocked, is loved by all age group of females. So when you take an appointment with your hairdresser, ask him/her for these vintage look styles and cuts.

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