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 1940's Men's Hairstyles?

Answer Like most cultural trends in the 1940s, hairstyles of this era were heavily influenced by World War II and tended to be low-maintenance and practical. Many male haircuts at the time were dictated b... Read More »
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Mens Skateboard Hairstyles?

Haircuts for male skateboarders are meant to reflect the personal style of the individual while allowing for ease of care while skating. While there are no haircuts designed solely for skateboarder... Read More »
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Mens 1950's Hairstyles?

The 1950s were a time of widespread conservatism, rock 'n' roll, beatniks, cold war paranoia, home entertainment via television and traditional gender roles. Young men's hairstyles in the 50s refle... Read More »
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1940s DIY Hairstyles?

The hairstyles of the 1940s were very different for men and women. Men often wore very short, neat styles; women were styled with soft, elegant curls and waves. Many female hairstyles of the 1940s ... Read More »
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How to Cut 1940s Hairstyles?

The iconic hairstyle of the 1940s has short layers, big, bouncy curls, a side part and sweeping bangs. According to Rockabilly Hairstyle, it's known as the "rockabilly haircut" and the "middy hairc... Read More »
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