The Seventies are definitely coming back into fashion, with films such as Grease and Saturday Night Fever being re-released. Disco dancing is definitely becoming trendy again with lots of people taking classes in disco dancing. So, of course with this comes the seventies hairstyles and become fashionable again. Some of these hairstyles have of course become cult hairstyles. There is the seventies hairstyle of John Travolta in Grease, which consists of his black hair being combed back with gel, and the seventies hairstyle of Olivia Newton John.
Weisz looked stunning at the 79th Annual Academy Awards with this low placed up-style hairdo. To create the design The Mummy actress pulled up her back tresses and the top section was added with perfect volume and body. This style is suitable for those having oblong and diamond facial shapes. To create this medium texture style, Weisz used blow dry and curling iron techniques. Products recommended for this style include mousse, gel spray, and molding cream.
The Mohawk (or mohican in the United Kingdom) is a hairstyle which consists of shaving both sides of the head, leaving a strip of noticeably longer hair. Mohawks became common in punk subculture and Rivethead subculture in the early 1980s and were then adopted by various other groups, becoming more diverse in style. Today, Mohawks are still associated with the Punk subculture, but have also become a part of mainstream fashion.
The Clonycavan Man, a 2,300-year-old male bog body found near Dublin, Ireland, was found to be wearing a Mohawk, held together with plant oil and pine resin imported from southwestern France or Spain. The Mohawk, which can also be known as "Moonhawk" in some countries, is often thought to have been worn by the Mahican and Mohawk tribes, but the name may be a misnomer; it is believed that the Wyandot were the first Native American tribe to wear the hairstyle, but early French explorers mistook them for the Mohawk tribe. Many other accounts of Native American cultures however claim that 'In times of war, Mohawk men shaved their heads except for a scalplock or a crest down the center of their head--the hairstyle known as a roach or a "Mohawk." During World War II, members of the Allied Airborne soldiers (specifically the 101st Airborne Division - the "Screaming Eagles") shaved their hair into Mohawks.
The Emo Hairstyle is considered to be one of the coolest teen hairstyles. The Emo Hair style is comprised of an emotional style that reveals what the person is all about. The Emo hairstyle closely resembles punk hairstyles and other kinds of hairstyles that were common among music artists of the 80s. The Emo Hairstyle has a lot of interpretations.