The Top 10 Roaring 1920s Hairstyles for women over 40
The straight, jaw-length cut with or without bangs was a radical departure from the lengthy haircuts of the preceding era.
Finger waves were delicate, S-shaped waves worn with short bobs.
Cloche Hat Hair
In the 1920s, women styled their hair to fit beneath cloche hats. Slicking and tucking the hair was required.
Curling irons or hot curling tongs were used to accomplish this appearance.
Shorter layers at the nape of the neck gave the shingle bob a stacked look.
The Eton crop was a bold, boyish haircut that resembled Eton College schoolboys' close-cropped, slicked-down hairstyles.
Short Curly Bob:
Curly-haired women often wore short bobs to show off their curls.
The beehive updo, often known as the "pompadour," involved adding volume to the crown and pinning the hair up.
This shingle bob had curling ends for a more feminine look.
Tucking and pinning hair under at the nape of the neck created a faux bob for women with longer hair who wanted to try the bob haircut
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