This season classic looks are being remixed with a fresh, modern finish.

Modern Flapper Girl Hairstyle 20s Inspired Short Bob Haircut 20s Flapper Finger Waves Hairstyle
Go '20s flapper girl chic with a sleek style that slowly grows into large, S-shaped curves. Blow-out hair until smooth; then wrap one side around an extra-large roller to create the dramatic curve. Guide sleek fringe over the side for contrast.

Old Hollywood Hairstyle 40s Long Wavy Hairstyle Retro Hollywood Hairstyle
Reminiscent of the Hollywood glam looks of the '40s hairstyles are bursting with allure; and are also very IN this season. Add some old-Hollywood bombshell to your style by working curl-enhancing product through damp hair to encourage ringlets before diffuse-drying. Fluff up curls with your finger, or wrap sections of hair around rollers to further define the twist.

80s Long Shag Haircut 80s Retro Hairstyle Long Hairstyle with Layers

In the '70s and early '80s, the shag was all the rage. Make the look modern with a stronger fringe, razored-in texture and mega movement. For a subtle bi-level feel, shorter layers are positioned in front.

Retro Hairstyle with Pouff
50s Retro Beehive Hairstyle

Update a '60s classic updo with mega height and a fab headband, slipped far back on the crown. To create a beehive updo, slick hair back, working it around a hair rat or padding, until it forms an enormous, glossy chignon.

Long 70s Hairstyle
Long Curly Farrah Fawcett Hairstyle

'70s inspired long, feathery styles with soft, touchable texture are practically irresistible. First, build volume by working foaming mousse through damp hair. Avoid dry, stiff tresses by diffuse-drying hair around a round brush for big, bouncy curls.