Using fingers or a comb, this unique hairdo created deep, S-shaped waves. Both short and long hair liked it.
The 1920s were characterized by the bob cut. It had straight, chin-length or shorter hair with bangs.
Heated curling irons or waving irons created Marcel waves. Soft, deep waves cascaded down the skull using this approach.
Many 1920s haircuts were created to fit under the cloche hat. The headgear required a low, tight bun or chignon.
Feathered, beaded, or jeweled headbands matched many hairstyles. They imparted elegance.
1920s updos were very fashionable. Elegant, glossy hair was coiled and secured in the back.
This bold androgynous haircut trimmed hair very short, like a boyish crop. It defied gender roles.
Long-haired ladies liked victory rolls. Curled inward and wrapped up toward the scalp, the hair formed a "victory" shape.