A beehive not only fits perfectly with the sixties look but also goes well with modern robes. We explain how you can easily touch up your hair at home.
The Beehive, which owes its name to its resemblance to a beehive, was particularly popular in the 1960s. Film icons like Audrey Hepburn and Barbara Streisand made it a cult with their mystical elegance. Even today, the beehive is an integral part of the red carpet – and since Amy Winehouse at the latest, the hairstyle has simply been part of retro chic.
The glamorous sixties look goes perfectly with upscale evening events, balls, and fine dinners - above all, the hairstyle can be complemented with glittering headbands or hairbands. The indisputable advantage of the beehive: Noble necklaces or eye-catching chandelier earrings take center stage with this hairstyle.
Jennifer Lopez, Penélope Cruz, Beyoncé, and Kim Kardashian see it that way: they wear the voluminous splendor with elegant and modern evening gowns. Even if they have long been stars, the Beehive still envelops them in the aura of a 1960s Hollywood beauty. With singer Adele, the hairstyle looks very natural and goes well with her diva look. This stretches your rather angular face and makes your forehead appear higher. Thumbs up!
Do you want glamor hair too? Unfortunately, the hairstyle doesn't work for every hair length: Your hair should be at least over shoulder length and, unfortunately, what you need most of all is a full head of hair.
If you have an oblong face shape, then you could run the risk that the hairstyle doesn't really flatter you. The Beehive conjures up more volume on the head and makes the forehead appear higher. This also visually stretches the face.
The hair color, on the other hand, doesn't matter: the Beehive always looks classy with blonde, black, brunette, or red.
To style the Beehive at home, all you need is a regular hair tie, two small bobby pins or hair ties, a tail comb, hairspray, bobby pins, and dry shampoo if needed.