Spring Trend We Love: ‘70s Hair!
Celebs like Olivia Wilde and Sophia Bush are going bohemian Boogie Nights beautiful.
-Jackie Cascarano, lockandmane.com
What’s old appears to be new again. We’ve spotted several celebs over the past few days rocking gorgeous ‘70s inspired locks for springtime. While sultry waves have been in vogue for some time now this latest trend is less messy bedhead and more bohemian Boogie Nights beautiful. Relaxed, defined waves, middle parts and whimsical hair accessories come together to make this one of Lock & Mane’s favorite looks of the season.
The always chic Nicole Richie attended a charity event in Los Angeles last week looking ever the ‘70s style icon. Defined, textured waves evoke a natural sexiness and the delicate gold chain hair accessory is glamorous yet understated.
One Tree Hill’s Sophia Bush looked like a modern-day Farrah Fawcett at a Coach event in New York City last week. The feathered style is care-free, young and quintessentially ‘70s but Sophia keeps it modern with subtle, soft waves.
Olivia Wilde attended the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend with a sleek and smooth ‘70s inspired look. The long, straight style, winged ends, and thick, eye-skimming fringe combine the iconic looks of Ali McGraw, Anjelica Huston and Charlie’s Angels.
There’s a fine line between ‘70s chic and hippy freak (which we saw plenty of at Coachella—we’re looking at you Whitney Port). The modern ‘70s look is free-flowing, but polished, sexy, yet refined. It embraces rather than eschews product to create texture and keep flyaways in their place. Let’s embrace the trend, if only to keep the ‘80s hair at bay. We have no idea where we left the crimper.
Jackie Cascarano is the Founder and Creative Director of Lock & Mane, the fastest growing luxury beauty retailer on the web. Featuring a carefully curated selection of hair products and luxe accessories along with a fun and informative style blog, Lock & Mane is the ultimate destination for luxury hair care online.