Casual and relaxed: The 70s hairstyle of the Fleetwood Mac front woman still inspires us today and is ideal for the warm season.
In the 1970s, long before brightly colored hair tips and glittering approaches were created for the Instagram stage, summer hair had a completely different meaning. The rock 'n' roll musicians and entertainers of the decade had wild and natural manes. A wonderful example of this laid-back hair attitude is Stevie Nicks, who just turned 73. There was never such a thing as a bad hair day for the front woman of Fleetwood Mac.
As a famous clip from 1977 in which Nicks gets along with her best friend and confidante Robin Snyder proves, she always tended her blonde lion's mane herself backstage. She brushed and teased them all the way to the sky, sometimes twisting them into a loose knot at the nape of the neck. The bohemian queen with the long, wild bangs always wore her hair relaxed, sometimes combined with a top hat or crocheted headdress - to match her casual capes or long skirts.
Now that the temperatures are gradually rising, we can take an example from the singer's constantly disheveled hair - not only the uncomplicated shag cut inspires us, but also the relaxed handling of frizz, which you can work out with the help of a fine-toothed comb. In the following, we show you five laissez-faire looks by the star that is perfect for summer.