Gallery Iconic 60's Hairstyles
Audrey Hepburn models a flirty short style with bangs in 1965.
The Supremes wearing matching dresses and sky-high hair.
Marilyn is all about volume in 1961.
Singer Dusty Springfield performs with a classic 60's blonde bob.
Three party-goers in 1962 with their hair perfectly styled for a night out.
A sky-high bun was the epitome of chic - not unlike today's popular sock bun!
Au naturel is always in vogue.
A big, bouncy pony was the perfect touch for a casual weekend get-up.
Linda Evans' teased bouffant was a go-to look in 1968.
Jackie Kennedy's subtle flip was chic and classic.
Bangs, perfect curls, and lots of teased volume - Patti Boyd really had it going on!
For Elizabeth Taylor and Claudia Cardinale in 1967, more was more when it came to hair.
Twiggy's pixie cut is just as iconic as the model herself.
Aretha Franklin, seen here in the 1960s, could rock a bouffant just as well as she could rock a crowded concert.
Ann-Margaret's thick natural har texture was perfect for the styles of the time.
It was long bangs and loose curls for Julie Christie in the '60s.
The beehive style was a huge trend in the '60s, but we're not sure we can see it returning anytime soon.
Brigitte Bardot's famous blonde locks look even more fabulous when swept up into a voluminous bun.
Goldie Hawn models a tousled pixie in 1968.
Hair accessories have always been in fashion. Here's Natalie Wood modeling a bow headband in 1965.
Zsa Zsa Gabor models an up-do in 1969.
The 1968 hairstyle seems to be foreshadowing the move towards the long, flowing locks of the 1970s.