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Timeless Hair Styles for Women (Part III)

Fringe bangs are one of the timeless hair styles.

Straight with a center part

Center-parted, straight strands are nothing short of an ageless classic. It’s the sleek edge that gives such sharp modernity to any affair. And it’s really convenient for those of us who just cannot be bothered with any sort of complex hair styles. A glossy finishing spray and a flat iron are all you need to achieve the look. 

Blunt bangs

The thing about cutting bangs is you want to be sure they’re for any occasion. They’re not really the easiest look to change in a flash But, have no fear, a fringe over the forehead is a great way to boost the cool appeal of your ’do while keeping a sense of classic allure. From a thick rim of blunt bangs to side-swept endeavors, the face-framing look is staying around. Just remember, those teased, fluffy bangs of the past have no place here.

Tousled waves

It’s beachy, boho, or bedhead, according to who you ask. But regardless of how you classify the style, tousled waves have a distinct place among hair styles in that they aren’t really a style. They’re a glorified version of a messy mane. Though, that’s why the look is so timeless. It necessitates little to no fuss. After all, it gets inspiration from slumber-influenced strands or a girl who constantly hangs around the beach.

Even without the beach or deep sleep, it’s pretty easy to get this look. Mist texturizing or sea salt spray all over damp hair, allowing your hair air dry. Also, a diffuser will do the trick.


This is a style that’s made all the blow-out bars so famous. While it really is just a body-boosted, sleek style that can be wavy or straight, it’s really hard to get such sheer genius on your own. But in the hands of a hair professional, a volume-boosted blowout can make you feel like a new woman who’s tossing her hair at every turn. Its classic versatility has made practically everyone who’s experienced the perfect, salon-primped blow-out wish to wear it every day.

Timeless Hair Styles for Women (Part II)

These are some timeless hair styles that you will love for ages to come.

Bombshell waves

They might be called bombshell waves, as this is a popular style among Victoria’s Secret models and screen stars. Though, really, the look is just a celebration of loose, voluminous curls that are sexy and sophisticated at the same time. Regardless if you’re off-duty casual or dressed to impress, these waves will turn up the sexy sultry volume on any look. They’re also one of the many timeless hair styles that seem to always be popular. 


This go-to up-do has stood the test of time. It’s just as great today as it was when first worn by the glamorous elite of old Hollywood. Everyone loves the look because it’s a little more romantic and freer than that low bun while still having an aura of prestigious formality. 

You’ll be most apt to wear a chignon for a black-tie occasion. Though, its reach extends to brunch dates, cocktail parties, and more. For the real effortlessly modern look that’s not too formal, allow a few curled tendrils of hair to come out from the tousled twist to frame your face.

Retro curls

If you’ve watched films from the ’40s, you’ve probably seen the unequivocal elegance of retro curls. Also called pin curls, or the Marcel wave, the look is old Hollywood glamour and keeps a modern edge, regardless of the era. While the classic look does have a more formal feel, those set, glossy curls can also be relaxed. Big roller-set waves, brushed out a bit, will get more movement and casual flair.


Despite its shorter length, the lob (long bob) is very versatile and it’s one of the most famous ’dos on the block. Everyone loves it since it’s not as short as the bob. This means it doesn’t limit your styling too much. The look can be worn layered, wavy, straight to shape the face. Regardless of which way you wear it, it brings a fresh, modern spin to any occasion and it’s one of the timeless hair styles that you can keep as long as you’d like. 


A closely cropped pixie style may not seem so versatile, but the short ’do have pervaded many eras with its adorable, chic relevance. When masterfully chopped to highlight your unique facial features, the cool cut can suit nearly anyone. Plus, it’s basically no muss, no fuss, making it easy, breezy hairstyle.

Timeless Hairstyles for Women (Part I)

Ponytails, buns, and side braids are hairstyles for women that seem to never outgrow the generations.

When it comes to hairstyles for women, it’s easy to spot the dated, not-so-classic ’dos that really don’t make the cut for any affair. The mullet is a good example.

But, what of the classic hairstyles that do make the cut? Below are some styles that aren’t only timeless, they’ll also fit in regardless of where you’re going, the boardroom or the beach.

Low bun

While the time-honored ballerina bun is one thing, far more classic for any affair is a lower-slung up-do that’s ideal in its simplicity. Regardless if it’s braided or neatly wrapped, the look is effortlessly chic. Plus, it’s perfect for those days that take you from the gym to the office to the cocktail party with no time for a hair appointment in between.

Sleek ponytail

If you only wear a ponytail for the gym, then it’s time to rethink this classic hairstyle. Sure, it’s perfect for logging the miles or putting in work at that Yoga class. But the ponytail goes beyond that. The timeless classic is far more than a dull, standard-issue style. It suits any occasion and every outfit, from jeans and a tee to an evening gown. The key thing to remember is that with more formal settings, the sleeker the ponytail, the better.

Side braid

If your hair is on the longer side, you’re in luck. You can take complete advantage of the side braid as a new, fresh way to style those strands. Braids have a youthful appeal, which adds a feminine, flirty note to any occasion. Regardless if you wear a purposefully messy braid for your off-duty weekend fun or sizzle with a sassier, fishtail style for a fancy fête, the side braid is a go-to style when you want your hair pulled back but still framing your face. This is one of the hairstyles for women that pairs well with those asymmetric, one-shoulder dresses.