Who Wears The Beehive Now?

Author: Amy Pschierer
April, 2014
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Fashion styles sweep in and sweep out, but if they're lucky, they come back full swing. The beehive, created in 1960, is a perfect example.

Brigitte Bardot wearing a beehive
Brigitte Bardot wearing a beehive
Inspired by a velvet hat that eliminated "hat hair", the beehive was an instant success and famous actresses such as Audrey Hepburn and Brigitte Bardot were often seen wearing it. It screamed class and elegance and it's still common among actresses today.

While many actresses have been seeing wearing a beehive on isolated occasions, there are several who've integrated it into their personal style.

Amy Winehouse was well known for her exaggerated beehive and Nicole Polizzi (also known as "Snooki") wore it often, referring it to a "poof." Lady Gaga is also a fan.

The beehive has also been worn by fictional characters, including Marge Simpson from 'The Simpsons (her beehive was quite high!),' and Tracy Turnblad from 2007's Hairspray.

In such fast changing times, it's heart-warming to see that some styles are able to stand the test of time. The beehive is a true classic and I expect will continue to influence hairstyles for years to come.

When to wear a beehive? On dates and formal outings. This hairstyle is very elegant and is sure to please.

Difficulty? Moderate to high. Make sure you have a ton of hairspray and plan to amplify the difficulty level with added height.

Who else has worn it? Famous stars such as Beyonce, Adele, and Penelope Cruz have been witnessed sporting this fabulous style.

Resources:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/18/beehive-hair-photos_n_3907214.html

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