AHP Indie Stylist

Volume 3 Issue 1

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120 indie stylist Volume 3 Issue 1 I was 12 years old when the TV show Charlie's Angels debuted in 1976—as did Farrah Faucett's long, feathery, curly locks. The long, layered cut became an instant sensation, and all the girls had to have it. I had it, and so did all my friends. If you weren't around the first time "The Farrah" was hot, you're in luck, because the hottest hairstyles for summer 2022 take their inspiration straight from the '70s. Updated shag cuts have been popular for a while—from the short, sassy bixie to reworked mullets. For long hair, this layered look has a casual, boho chic vibe—loose, free, and feminine, blowing in the ocean breeze. Farrah Style The 1970s are back, baby. It only makes sense that the most iconic hairstyle of that decade is back too by Mary Barthelme Abel THE THROWBACK Updates to the iconic hairstyle include shaggy layers, choppy curtain bangs, and textured waves or curls. Celebrities like Ciara and Lizzo have been photographed with interpretations of The Farrah, and the hashtag #farrahfaucetthair is all over social media. Hairstylists everywhere are bound to get requests for this fabulous, feathered cut. So heat up that big-barreled curling iron and get ready to do The Farrah.

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