How do you do a 60s hair flip?
Below, a step-by-step to get the 60s hair flick:
- To achieve this look, isolate the front with some clips and start directly from the back.
- Wrap one-inch sections around your curling iron in the direction of your face, hold for 30 seconds, pin it, spray it and let it cool down.
- Repeat until you’ve done all sections.
Should I have a middle or side part?
You get the best of both worlds if you have a round shape. “The ideal part line is down the middle or a deep side part,” Fowler says. “Both of these parts will give the illusion of length and create symmetry around your face.”
How did they style their hair in the 60s?
During the first half of the 1960s, hair would not simply be left down without any styling and always looked sleek. It could be worn with a bit of lift and backcombed at the crown to achieve a rounded bouffant. The ends could also be put into a roller to create an upward curl.