HAIR TREND: THE BEEHIVE
The beehive has been hitting the red carpets lately, another sign that 60s style is back. Cheryl Cole rocked a tall beehive at the launch of her new shoe collection earlier this month.
The style originated in America in the 1950s and gained iconic status after Audrey Hepburn wore it in the film ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’.
The vogue for 60s fashion seems to be stemming from catwalks, most recently seen on Jean-Paul Gaultier’s show, and programmes such as Mad Men which stars the vivacious Christina Hendricks donning the retro hair-do for her character, Joan Holloway.
So whether you just love the 60s look or you’re wearing it to a Halloween ball – our Beehive tutorial will have you mastering this style in no time! We asked Chris Tiley, a stylist at our Trafford Centre salon in Manchester and a member of the Regis Artistic Team, to show you how to create the ultimate 60s beehive…