The most famous hairstyles in recent times

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It is defined as the way that humans, unlike animals, or fix their hair cut; Clearly, this decision may be influenced in general by the different ethnic groups, cultures and society itself, which is in charge of commonly stigmatize especially young people who are the people who are left out of what people say; for this reason, it is that over time we have seen and differentiate various forms of cuts and styles, according to the society in which the person using it rests.

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Then I will make known some of the different hair cuts and arrangements used in recent times, by different companies.

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Bob obobcut is a feminine cut in which the ends end cheeks. It is a popular and classic feminine hairstyle, in the 1920s between the flappers.

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Quiff: pompadour is a way of forming a wave bangs. This hairstyle was popularized in the 1950s.

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Bouffant: It was a French classic hairstyle that emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, which is based on a bulky helmet hair. In the decades of the 50's and 60's it was re-popularized by celebrities, making it an iconic hairstyle of housewives in 1960.

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Mohawk or Mohican: A defined based on the formation of a strip of hair thus contrasting with the remaining hair cut. This hairstyle was very characteristic of punk hairstyle in 1970.

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Mullet: This type of cut is characterized by being short in length in the front and the back of the head part. It was very popular in 1980.

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Hi-top fade: This is a cut graduated with the highest points on the head. It is very characteristic of African American culture in 1990.