Apparently, the trend continues this year, as some celebrities are already sporting seventies hairstyles in red carpet events or their everyday routines. If you want to be in the loop with the latest hairstyles, here are some of the hairstyles of the seventies you could have one in the salon
Big Loose Curls and Strawberry Blonde Hair - who could ever forget the signature Farrah Fawcett hairstyle? Even if a number of celebrities in her time also adapted the hairstyle, they were not as popular for it as Farrah had been. If she could even be compared, Farrah Fawcett was Jennifer Aniston two decades earlier. The Bieber - believe it or not, Justin Bieber's hairstyle is from the seventies. If you're familiar with the Beatles, you will notice an uncanny resemblance between Justin Bieber's 'do and The Beatles'. There are a lot more hairstyles from the seventies that seem to be coming back these days.
Seventies Hairstyles For 20111
Executive Summary By Adam Burhan
For men who are conscious with their hair and who wants to know the Top Men Hairstyles for 2011, read on.
The hair has to be medium in length or long length and the style will be achieved by putting some hair products such as gel to create a wet look. The sides are swept to the back neatly as well as the long hair in front. A good example of a man that always wears the classic look is Tom Cruise or Brad Pit looking classy wearing some formal suite.
For men who wants short hair always and who doesn't want mess or any hair maintenance, the buzz cut is the perfect choice. For young men, the common and trendy hairstyle is the spiky hair. The layered cut can also be combined with the spiky hair to create a rugged look among men.
Last of all, the messy hair never goes out of style. Due to the increase in number of many hair products for men, the messy hairstyle is easy to achieve. Gel and wax will create messy hair it can be worn both in formal and non-formal events. There are different ways to style messy hair according to face shape and type of occasion it will be worn.