The beauty queen Marilyn Monroe’s trademark retro hair style
seems to have come back this year. Nowadays, women prefer wearing
2012 retro hairstyles in the evening to get more focus on their
hair under the lights. The glamorous bob or glam bob for short to
medium hair is the most sought after style these days. Some variations
of this style include asymmetrical cutting on both sides and blunt
cut while some chic ladies are trying bangs with retro hairstyles.
Retro hairstyles 2012 for girls with short
Retro hairstyles 2012 can be tried for any length but they best
suit short hair with undos, pin-ups, pin curls, finger waves, and
short bob with retro. But the two highly regarded retro hairstyle
choices for short hair are stacked bob hairstyle and curly bob retro
hairstyle. Stacked bob, the oldest retro hairstyle still in fashion,
is an ultimate versatile glam retro bob.
The chin-length curly bob retro hairstyle as worn by Marilyn Monroe
in 1960s mesmerized the Hollywood and the style is still copied
by celebrities and millions of other fashion conscious ladies around
Retro hairstyles 2012 for girls with medium
Girls, with medium length hair, who want to try retro hairstyles
can copy the famous actress Louise Brooks’s bowl cut hairstyle.
The style is still very much in with a few variations such as with
a touch messy or shaggy looks, with addition of Marcel waves or
Many celebrities have recently worn retro hairstyles that are still
hot in 2012; however, Drew Barrymore’s retro hairdo that she
wore on 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards is the hot favorite of many.
Retro hairstyles 2012 for girls with long
Though retro hairstyles 2012 are mostly chosen by females with medium
or short hair, yet there are several options available for girls
with long hair as seen in the popular long
hairstyles 2012. The most elegant and classy hairstyle is a
flapper updo. If your hair is pin-straight, retro hairstyles will
not suit you.
Another option is to center-part your hair and keep the wave longer
and let the hair hang down asymmetrically on both shoulders. This
style suits girls who have more voluminous hair. If your hair lacks
this, you can try a side split just like Marilyn Monroe. In the
recent past, Gwen Stephanie also tried a retro hairstyle for her
long blonde hair.