We’ve already given you a rundown of the celebrity hair styles that made waves in 2010, but now Glamour magazine has done a round-up of the looks that shaped the noughties. The styles have varied from one extreme to another, from the very short to the much too long, but one thing’s clear, it seems we took our hair inspiration from the hairdos of the past and put our own unique twist on them!
We’ve all had a bit of hair déjà vu, so why not check out our guide below to find out which era your fave style of the noughties first appeared!
1920s –The structured bob first came on the scene back in 1920 and has since been spotted on stars such as Katie Holmes and Dannii Minogue. Both celebrities seem to have taken inspiration from the Charleston era and have experimented with chin length, highly structured bobs which help to frame their faces and, despite their short length, remain ultra feminine.
1960s – Twiggy was the woman of the moment, and she created a style revolution when she chopped off her locks and unveiled a pixie crop. It seems that Twiggy’s look still has the same appeal, even in the noughties, with celebs including Halle Berry, Emma Watson and Sienna Miller dabbling with the hair style at one time or another throughout the decade. Halle Berry first unveiled her take on the look way back in 2000 but liked it so much that she has recently took the scissors to her long hair in favour of the crop once again.
The sixties were clearly a popular era when it came to hair styles, as yet another ‘do from the decade became popular again in the noughties. The beehive, made famous by Amy Winehouse, became one of the most recognisable styles of the late noughties. The dramatic look had women up and down the country dashing out to buy a backcombing brush and hair spray so that they could coiffe their hair in the same way.
1970s – The seventies brought the hippy era – with long, flowing, carefree locks as the look of choice. Once again this bohemian look reared its head as the beach babe hair style became the must-have ‘do in Hollywood. This style offers the upmost in femininity and has been carried off beautifully by stars such as Kate Hudson.
1980’s- The eighties saw the rise of punk and with it came a number of dramatic hair styles that only punks themselves were brave enough to experiment with. However, the noughties changed all of this as the undercut became popular with celebrities and fashionistas alike. This tough look was worn by even the most feminine women such as model Agyness Deyn and singer Amelle Berrabah.
So will this be the decade where we start to create or own styles? Or do you think we will continue to look to the past for hair ideas? What do you think will be the next big style?