Pep Up Your Style Quotient With These Disco Hairstyles

Disco hairstyles
While disco was a popular music genre, it also spanned a cultural movement in its own right which affected the way people dressed and also the different hairstyles that people sported.
Feathered Hairstyle
In order to get your hair styled into the feathered haircut, all you need to do is a blow dryer and a curling iron. The hair needs to be given volume using the hair dryer and then the curling iron is used to style your hair away from your face so that they roll outwards.
Poker Straight Hairstyle
Poker Straight Hairstyle
With women who wanted to retain their long hair look, a popular haircut was to style their hair in such a manner that it had a long, sleek, and sophisticated look about it. The hair was almost always combed with a center parting and the hair was then allowed to float over the shoulders.
Mullet Hairstyle
Mullet Hairstyle
This haircut had a rugged, masculinity about it that set it apart from many of the other hairstyles of the period. The haircut was such that it was worn short at the top and the front, and even at the sides, but the back was allowed to grow long, pretty much untamed in certain ways.
Comb Over with Bangs
Comb Over Bangs
If you have medium length hair and you need to create a chic hairstyle, then this would be something that you would opt for. In the seventies, men usually had long bangs that were side swept. They also sported long sideburns, which enhanced the look of the long side bangs.
Unisex Afro Hairstyle
Afro Hairstyle
An Afro was cut in such a manner that it had a helmet shape which was then puffed out to make the hair look huge. The hairstyle was perfect for those individuals who had tight, curly hair.
Unisex Shag Hairstyle
Shag Hairstyle
The name of the hairstyle, which is still quite popular, comes from the fact that it tends to be messy with the haircut into layers of different lengths. The hair at the top is cut into many different layers and the rest of it is allowed to remain longer.
Wedge Hairstyle
The popularity of this hairstyle among women can be credited to ice skater, Dorothy Hamill, after whom the haircut was also often called the Hamill Camel. Hair was cut really short, almost like a bowl cut, in a rounded fashion around the forehead and the sides. At the back of the head though, the hair was cut in such a manner that it resembled a wedge.
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