Actress Martha Hyer - 1968. (Photo by Daily Herald/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)
Tips For Rocking The Ultimate '60s-Inspired Bombshell Blowout
Hair Rollers
To get the most volume out of your blowout, put rollers in after you finish blow-drying each section. This will ensure that your hair cools into shape and gives the fullness you want, but to get the most out of it, spray your hair with hairspray while the rollers are still in.
Headbands were widely popular in the 1960s, and they remain common today. Although hair accessories are frequently overlooked, they give your clothing a nostalgic feel, especially if they coordinate, and help you pull off a ‘60s look.
Curtain Bangs
A '60s blowout looks great with curtain bangs, as they add plenty of volume around your face. To refresh them, wrap the bangs in a hair roller, blow dry them for a minute or two, let them cool, and then remove the roller to find voluminous bangs.
Tease The Roots
Teasing the roots may be helpful for those who find it difficult to attain voluminous hairstyles. Tease your hair slowly and carefully to prevent breakage, although ultimately, adding volume may be worth a few strands lost.
Flipped Ends
Adding flipped ends to your hair will make you go the extra mile to achieve the ‘60s look. This style looks best on shoulder-length hair because it looks like your hair is just sitting on your shoulders.