The Mod Era Bowl Cut
Bowl cuts are making a comeback in a big way! The look is also known as the mushroom haircut, the Beatle cut and even the budding bowl. Whatever you call it, bowl cut hair is the hottest new fashion among bloggers, models and fashion-forward individuals around the globe. We are bring back the 60s – and we love it!
Bowl cut hair for that retro look
It's the darling of the blogosphere; it is cool, nonchalant and very debonair. No, it's not a description of your next date but this season's hair style trend. The trend revives the legendary style of the Beatles in short and long versions. Named a bowl cut due to its characteristic cut around the head, as though drawn around a bowl, the style looks precise and blunt without any layering. This also explains why its known as the mushroom haircut. Straight hair is particularly suited for bowl cuts and requires minimal styling! Simply pull the hair inward over a round brush while blow-drying it. You can even add your personal note by accentuating individual strands of your bangs with a trace of styling wax.
Bowl cuts: From the swinging sixties into the twenty-first century
The bowl cut is best know as one of the most popular 60s hairstyles. Then it was known as the 'five-point haircut'. Ideally, the hair falls in an even sweep from the crown of the head toward five points. The trendsetters of the olden days included the star model Peggy Moffitt and the creator of the mini skirt Mary Quant who contributed considerably to the fast success of the mop top style.
The mop top is not only trendy but also practical as transitional hair style. All hair is supposed to be of equal length. Allow your hair to grow and simply trim the longest strands every four to eight weeks until the mop top looks perfect and every hair evenly falls in line