10 Retro Hair Styles for Women Over 60

Classic Bob 

Bobs are classic. Choose a chin-length bob that enhances your looks. To add refinement, add slight waves or keep it straight.

Victory Rolls

Victory rolls are a throwback to the 1940s. The exquisite vintage-inspired rolls involve sliding hair inward toward the scalp.

pixie style

Pixie haircuts are fun. This short, sassy hairstyle can be stacked, textured, or fashioned with side-swept bangs.

Finger Waves

 Fingerwaves make me think of the 1920s. This stylish and appealing haircut needs sculpting "S"-shaped waves at the hairline.

Bouffant Updo

 Consider a bouffant retro updo. Create volume at the head and arrange your hair in a classy, twisted bun or high ponytail for a classic look.

Fawcett's Waves

Choose huge waves with a center part, a la 1970s hairstyle. With a large-barrel curling iron or hot rollers, create cascading waves.


A beehive hairstyle is striking. This updo inspired by the 1960s adds height and grace to your style.

rolled curls

Create well-defined curls using hot rollers or a curling iron, then gently brush them out for a romantic, feminine effect.

Shaggy Layers

Shaggy layers offer a boho look. This simple, low-maintenance style provides your hair texture and movement for a fashionable appeal.

Glam Waves

Waves recall old Hollywood glitz. Make loose waves with a large-barrel curling iron or hot rollers and brush them out for timeless elegance.

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