We’re throwing it back to the ’60s today with 10 iconic mod hairstyles that are ideal for the modern babe. Each of these looks pays tribute to classic elements of mod hairstyles without being too high maintenance. That means you can achieve big, sexy volume without messing with your busy schedule, and better yet, without appearing kooky or dated. Read on for all the mod hair inspiration you need to make this look work for you:
10 Iconic Mod Hairstyles
1. Slick it Back
Use a teasing comb to backcomb some major volume into the front of your style and carefully brush it back as you smooth out the top layer. Run Bed Head by TIGI Hard Head Mohawk Gel through the rest of your hair as you comb it towards the back of your head. This hair gel will give your look some shine and keep your style locked into place.
2. All-Over Volume
Why keep the volume to the front of your hairline when you can incorporate it into your entire style? Tease all of your hair to create this voluminous classic womens mod hairstyles favorite.
3. Styled Bangs
Go all in with a mod haircut women’s hairstylists are raving about. Ask your stylist to incorporate a set of cropped bangs into your next haircut. Separate them into piecey sections for a touch of mod style.
4. High Shine
Give your strands and your basic ponytail a sleek upgrade at the same time with these easy styling hack. Spritz your hair with Dove Style+Care Smooth & Shine Heat Protection Spray before straightening, and then gather it up into a sleek and shiny mid-level ponytail.
5. Sleek Length
Wear your long hair down and loose around your shoulders for a classic mod-inspired style. Ask your stylist cut a few short layers into the front of your style for a little bit of dimension.
6. Rounded Edges
Use your trusty teasing comb to round out the edges of your updo before you style it to give your classic updo a mod twist. Set the style in place with TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hairspray Boost Hold Level 3.
7. Choppy Layers
Incorporate classic mod details into your style by opting for shorter layers. The shorter the layers are the more structure they’ll give themselves. That means you can achieve this choppy mod look without any additional styling products or skills.
8. Cropped Bangs
Upgrade a classic edgy bob with a set of mod-inspired cropped bangs.
9. Flirty Ponytail
Comb your hair up into a flirty high ponytail. Wrap a strand of hair around the base of the style to add an extra intentional detail.
10. Angled Bob
Give your bob a chic mod upgrade by angling it to flatter your bone structure. Draw attention to those cheekbones with a chin-grazing length.
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