Brigitte Bardot’s 7 Most Iconic Hairstyles
With her tousled blonde hair swept back off her face, this became the ultimate low-maintenance, off-duty hairstyle for women everywhere.
Probably the most recognisable look, maybe ever, the beehive is another hairstyle Brigitte Bardot helped bring to the world stage.
Although this voluminous look became synonymous with ’60s style in part thanks to Audrey Hepburn’s glamorous updo in the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Brigitte was another fan of this sky-high style, yet often opting for a more lived-in, bed head vibe.
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While Brigitte was often photographed with more casual, messy styles, updos were also very popular at the time.
Combining the height of a beehive with the classier touch of an updo, Brigitte made this look her own by remaining faithful to her go-to split bangs, giving the look a softer, more feminine feel.
The ’60s Pixie
Pixie cuts first hit the scene back in the 1960s thanks to doe-eyed British model Twiggy. So popular was the look that Brigitte traded in her trademark blonde mane for a platinum feathered pixie cut for a film role. Obviously she managed to pull it off with utter perfection!
In case you hadn’t already noticed, the 1960s had only one rule when it came to hair – and that was volume, volume, volume!
Combs were used to pull the hair back towards the root to create masses of lift for a fuller-looking mane; a method Brigitte often turned to to boost her tresses.
The Half-up Bouffant
Combined with her bold cat eye liner and pouty nude lips, this look became her trademark style and is still emulated by Hollywood starlets like Lana Del Rey to this day.