Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Iconic Beauty -

Harper’s BAZAAR re­flects on the hair­styles that changed the face of beauty —and turned heads in the process. By Priya Rao. For nearly 150 years, this mag­a­zine has prided it­self on its creativ­ity. From stun­ning cov­ers to fan­tas­ti­cal shoots to bril­liantly in­ven­tive writ­ing, BAZAAR has al­ways been a place for ex­per­i­men­ta­tion. This is most ev­i­dent in the range of gor­geous hair­styles fea­tured over the years, such as the soft and touch­able looks of the 1950s to the wet and wild tresses of the 1980s to the lay­ered chop of the late 1990s and the long and loose waves of 2014. “As we know, fashion changes like the wind, and so does hair,” says Pa­trick Melville, a New York hair­styl­ist who has fre­quently col­lab­o­rated with the mag­a­zine. “BAZAAR didn’t hold you back—they were and are very open to change.” Celebrity hair­styl­ist Sam McKnight agrees. “BAZAAR has al­ways had a great eye for beauty,” he says. “It al­ways looks very mod­ern and glam­orous.” Here, we high­light the hair­styles that not only have de­fined par­tic­u­lar eras but have stood the test of time— and show you how to create these looks for your­self.

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