2Which Hair Style was Popular? Straight with BangsPixie CutFeathered
3HairstylesModels from Britain such as Twiggy made short hair popular in the United states.Twiggy was also known for making fake eyelashes a fashionable accessory in the 1960s.Bangs and long straight hair was considered“sexy” during the 60s. Younger women and teenagers were going for this look.
4Which Fashion They Wore? Hippie StyleMini SkirtPoodle Skirt
5FashionThe mini skirt created by Mary Quant became a high fashion trademark during the 60s.Mods:London Modernists known as “Mods”were the fashion driversof the 1960s. They had a modern approach to fashion byredefining clothes using bright colors and lots of geometricpatterns. They also had a modern approach to makeup use byusing bright colors and more makeup such as eyeliner and fake eyelashes.
7Jackie KennedyJackie Kennedy made the pillbox hat, a must have item in Americanclosets. She was the main figure of fashion during this time.
8This look came later:Tie-died shirts, headbands, beads, bellbottoms, sandals, buck-skin vests, Mexican peasant blouses, scarves, and being in public without a bra and no shoes were the fashion trends of the late 60s.
17Sexual RevolutionThe ‘60s saw a revolution in the realm of human sexuality and the CC was largely responsible for it.The CC scoffed at their parents’ values & called them sexually repressed. -- They called for “free love” or casual sex.Medical advances, like the birth control pill, made sexual activity without fear of pregnancy easier.Soon the country was seeing the effects of this “new freedom”- women went braless, movies showed sex b/w men and women, & songs made explicit references to sexIt should also be noted that the gay rights movement began as a result of this new freedomThere was also an incredible rise in STDs &, despite improved birth control, illegitimate children born
20True or FalseThe 1960’s had a higher drug use than the 1970’s or 1980’s.
21Truth about Drug Use 1960’s“In popular imagination, the 1960s were the heyday of illegal drug use -- but historical data indicate they probably weren't. In fact, surveys show that drug abuse was comparably rare, as was accurate information about the effects of illegal drugs. In a Gallup poll, only 4% of American adults said they had tried marijuana.”“My generation was told that marijuana caused acne, blindness, and sterility,” –Alana Anderson, a child custody officer who graduated college in 196960s-70s.aspx