Quiz: Which Retro Hairstyle Should You Rock?
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Which Retro Hairstyle Should You Rock?
By: Isadora Teich
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About This Quiz

Vintage fashion has definitely made a comeback. People have been rocking the neon of the 1980s, the bell bottoms of the 1970s and even lacy Victorian-inspired details on clothing for generations. However, hair often gets left out of the conversation when it comes to keeping it retro cool. It's a mystery why, as the decades past are full of unique, innovative, amazing and sometimes totally wacky iconic hairstyles. 

From victory rolls to Old Hollywood waves to the pixie cut, popular hairstyles have changed so much over the years. Whether you are a fan of the beehive hairstyle or you rocked the iconic Rachel haircut, you know that each decade has definitely brought its own twist on what's hot for hair. From geometric cuts with sharp bangs to bobs to finger waves, the possibilities when it comes to rocking retro hair are totally endless. For some, you need odd tools, like a crimping iron. Others can be done in mere minutes with a simple accessory or a few easy bobby pins. 

If you are a hair junkie who doesn't forget about your hairstyle when it comes to creating an overall fashion statement, find out which retro hairstyle you should rock with this very old-school quiz! 

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