How the current Vintage Trend influences Hair Styles

Today, everything around us seems to move faster and faster: jobs, technology, social media, even the sequence of images in movies… We fight a constant media overload! I’m not surprised that Vintage and the Retro trend we see in Europe play a big part in the current Zeitgeist. It’s always about balance, isn’t it? When we are overwhelmed, we crave peace. When we are inundated with innovation, we crave tradition.

At the room of design hair salon, on international runways as well as in the fashion press, we currently see a lot of references to the past. Here’s some inspiration for you!

Braided hair, combined with modern fashion, as seen on the Vanessa Jackman fashion blog:

Paris Fashion Week SS 2011 After Emanuel Ungaro

Paris Fashion Week SS 2011 After Emanuel Ungaro

A Sixties inspired beehive, one of international hair stylist James White‘s vintage wedding hair styles:

Sixties Beehive Vintage Wedding Hair, by James White

Sixties Beehive Vintage Wedding Hair, by James White

Anne Hathaway in an homage to Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s, seen at stylelist:

Anne Hathaway in Audrey Hepburn look

Anne Hathaway in Audrey Hepburn look in the current U.S. VOGUE

Vintage waves and volume, seen in the Swiss magazine annabelle (see more here):

Annabelle Vintage Hair Styles

One of the Vintage hair styles seen in the magazine annabelle

A Fifties bombshell look, seen on fashionista.com

Cover of Love, seen on Fashionista.com

Cover of Love, seen on Fashionista.com

What is your current favorite hair look? And how do you like it that we see so much vintage these days? I’d love to see your comments!

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  1. a bit late, and I don’t know it you’ll even see this post but I saw that Rosie Huntington poster at VIP club in Paris last weekend.. I got excited seeing it for the second time here… don’t really know it it’s a helpful comment, just thought you should know haha

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