Enjoy Your Remaining Years!
In the mid-1960s, the Afro hairstyle began in a fairly tightly coiffed form — such as the hairstyle that became popular amongst members of the Black Panther Party; as the 1960s progressed towards the 1970s, popular hairstyles — both within and outside of the African-American community — became longer and longer; this resulted in an expansion in the overall size of Afros.
Marsha Hunt, a dazzling model, singer and writer, she struck oil with her wild and free afro and her gentle smile in the late 1960’s. Marsha has worked with music greats in the music industry for almost 50 years, but its her bold and sassy 70’s power fro and bright smiling eyes that makes all of us admire her look! Marsha is also a survivor of breast cancer.
Vidal Sassoon - the man who changed the world with a pair of scissors - Hair Romance
In memory of a true icon in the hair industry, Vidal Sassoon. Here his signature style, the five point cut. Moving away from the heavy helmet hair of the 1960s, he created “wash and wear” hairstyles for the modern woman.
60 of The All-Time Best Celebrity Pixie Cuts
JEAN SEBERG, 1960 Onscreen, she was distributing headlines for the New York Herald Tribune as the love interest in Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless; offscreen, Seberg was creating headlines of her own, becoming one of the first modern-day "It" girls, in large part because of her side-parted blond pixie cut.