Between Brigitte Bardot's iconic bun in the 1950s and Lady Diana's iconic short bob, hair trends sometimes experience a resurgence in popularity when others disappear (at least for a while). One thing is certain, clothing fashion is not the only one to have evolved over the ages, so have hairstyle trends. And each is characteristic of its time.
So how did women do their hair the year you were born? Back in photos on the most beautiful hair trends from the 1950s to the present day.
The headband gives style.
In 1953, the curls of Ava Gardner, the iconic Hollywoodienne.
You could almost think that this first great American icon is eternal in the United States. To this day, Marilyn Monroe still returns to popular culture. And with, his legendary buckle helmet.
In the mid-1950s, the bun was retro and chic. Moreover, this look of Brigitte Bardot is almost as well known as the actress herself!
Audrey Hepburn's short 50s haircut is far from forgotten.
The 50s are around the corner... at least that's what short haircuts want us to believe.
The legendary ponytail of Italian actress, Claudia Cardinale.
In 1959, the fringes remained short.
Nothing better than the impeccable brushing of Catherine Deneuve to start the 1960s.
Is there a more iconic cut than this short bob that is making a comeback in every era?
During the shooting of the movie "Eva", Jeanne Moreau wore the famous bun with bangs. A flagship hairstyle from the 1960s.
Among the iconic hairstyles popularized by Brigitte Bardot, her spectacular hair is at the heart of the 1960s.
Long bangs are on top!
These two braids by Brigitte Bardot are iconic.
In 1966, short hair with impeccable brushing Twiggy style.
The bun changes shape.
The volume undoubtedly marked this era.
Hair extensions, a strong trend at the end of the 1960s.
Hollywood glamor in 1970? Beba Loncar's sleek and chic brushing.
Nothing could be more elegant than the simplicity of the bun in 1971.
This short square trend with fringe by Mireille Mathieu was essential in the 1970s.
The simplicity of this Diana Ross cut is still mentioned as a chic benchmark.
Dolly Parton's sauerkraut remains legendary.
Simplicity still at the top in the 1970s.
Voluminous and free Afros cups for the year 1976.
In the heart of the 1970s, the mullet cut is essential.
At the end of the 1970s, the short bob came back.
What could be better than the airy and impeccable brushing of Jane Fonda to end this era in style?
Vanessa Paradis kicks off the 1980s with her simple, smooth hairstyle.
In the 1980s, simplicity did not lose its charm.
Naturally with Michelle Pfeiffer.
The square runs, again and again.
The square cut was done with curls too.
Lady Diana is an inimitable source of inspiration. Among the trends she launched, her mythical and chunky cut in 1985, nicknamed the Diana Bob, remains legendary.
Again the volume!
In 1987, naturalness was still considered elegant.
Singer Barbra Streisand's waffle hairstyle will be remembered forever!
Madonna's patina blonde hair cut in a boyish style was a revolution at the time.
In 1990, crimped hair of course!
This famous Jennifer Aniston "Rachel" was an iconic trend in the early 1990s.
In 1992, long and smooth hair.
The irresistible braid trend is back.
In 1994, a return to the short bob with bangs.
Impossible to forget the butterfly clamps!
In the 1990s, macaroon updos were all the rage.
Another big trend of the 1990s, dreadlocks of course!
The square cut is back in this decade.
Return of the impeccable bun to finish this era.
The high ponytail as we like it!
The short square returns once again in the 2000s.
The volume, we still love it in 2002.
The impeccable ponytail.
The side wick is a big trend in 2004.
Length is all the rage.
A new version of the butterfly clamp for this decade.
The wicks and the volume, we do not forget them!
In 2008, smooth locks with curly lengths are trending.
Short wicks are making a comeback.
In 2010, the very short cut with a lock on the forehead.