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 Rat Tail  Hi-top Fade  Duck tail  Dreadlocks  Pompadour  The Pixie  Beehive  The Shag  Afro  Corn Rows  Bouffant  Devil Lock  Absurd Invention.

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Presentation on theme: " Rat Tail  Hi-top Fade  Duck tail  Dreadlocks  Pompadour  The Pixie  Beehive  The Shag  Afro  Corn Rows  Bouffant  Devil Lock  Absurd Invention."— Presentation transcript:

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3  Rat Tail  Hi-top Fade  Duck tail  Dreadlocks  Pompadour  The Pixie  Beehive  The Shag  Afro  Corn Rows  Bouffant  Devil Lock  Absurd Invention : Big Hair Hat

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5  Worn in 1980’s  Was named after ugly sea fish  Associated with lower-class redneck culture  Has recently renewed popularity  Worn by all ages  Australia associated with bogan subculture.

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7  Worn in s  Made to look like pencil eraser  Shaved at neck puffed up and shaved flat on top  Popularized by Will Smith and Kid’n’Play  1986 popular in New York Washington D.C and Philadelphia  In 1994 it simplified into low cut fade and corn rows

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9  Worn in 1950’s  Top either left in disarray symbolizing “greasers”  With sides back and flat while top high  Turned into a rebellious hairstyle  Most popular among youth in 1950  During time of peace and freedom(1950)

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11  Worn in 1970’s  Involves sectioning hair into locks and growing long  Came to America around reggae music  1 st examples date back to east Africa and North America  Egyptians wore lock hairstyles and wigs  Locks are sacred among some sadhus

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13  Worn in 1950’s  Combining hair against sides but pulling up and over on top  Popular with Elvis and Johnny Cash  The name comes from Madame de Pompadour  For woman it has become popular again in 21 st century  Famous among men

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15  Worn in 1950’s  Short hair with shorter bangs (fringe)  Looked like what pixies were drawn to have as a hairstyle  Popularized again in 1960’s  Started wearing short hair in 1920’s  Worn by all ages today

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17  Worn 1950s-1960s  Teased hair up with hairspray  Usually in tall dome shape mimic beehive  Styled to look like a beehive  Use lots of bobby pins curlers  Also known as b-52

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19  Worn 1960s  Made famous by Beatles  Any cut that’s grown out and messy  Worn by many celebrities  Mostly worn by men  First showcased in public in 1971

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21  ’s  Sported by people with very curly hair  Grown and brushed out to create halo of hair  Worn by both boys and girls  Also called a fro  Use cream, jells, or other solidifying liquids

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23  ’s  Popularized during “black is beautiful” movement  Braid tightly to scalp in rows from front to back  A traditional African style hair  Became popular again in 1990’s  Also known as braids

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25  1960’s  Generally any hair cut piled high on top of head  Tracy Turnblad (Hairspray)and Kramer (Seinfeld) wore them.  mainstream style in western Europe in 18 th century  A bouffant cap is a resemblance to the hairstyle  1964 school girls took style and created own

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27  Popular by the misfits  Worn 1970’s to 1980’s  Teased forward and pointed  Sides and back kept short front long and combed  Name was appropriated by Norikai Endo  1990’s experienced popularity in Asian markets

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29  Issued in 1962  Rigid water proof shower cap  Enough room to give astrodome  Suitable for cone heads and pope impersonations

30  Four boys with devil locks. [online image] Available years/, November years/  Frater, Jamie. 25 hairstyles of the last 100 years. [online]Available the-last-100-years/,November http://listverse.com/2008/08/16/25-hairstyles-of- the-last-100-years/  VanCleave,Ted. Totally Absurd Inventions. [online]Available November


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