Short Hairstyles From the 70s

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From mullets to mod cuts, the 1970s was a decade filled with iconic hairstyles. Whether you had long or short locks, the general consensus of the 70s was that the natural look was the way to go. Hairstyles in this time period were sleek and straight. Women swapped curling irons for clothes irons to get the straightest possible styles and avoided using hair products.

Mullet

  • If you've ever seen anyone sporting a mullet, chances are they have had the same haircut since their glory days in the 1970s. The mullet is a combination of long and short hair. The hair on the top is trimmed very short and the hair in the back is kept longer. This hairstyle was seen on both men and women in the 1970s and was a hairstyle for the rock community.

Straight and Natural

  • Straight hair was a staple look in the 70s regardless of how long or short your hair was. Since modern hair-straightening irons were not available, women would use a clothes iron to achieve the pin-straight look. They opted for more natural-looking hairstyles and avoided using hair products and curling irons.

Mod Style

  • Mod-style haircuts, or bobs, were very popular for women in the 70s. This short style featured blunt angles and geometric shapes. The mod style of the 1970s has many similarities to the modern day pixie cut. This style can be viewed on the heads of several celebrities. Mod hairstyles should be very sleek and straight in keeping with the style of the time.

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