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S: History of Beauty By : Sarah Jacobson

FC: History of Beauty By : Sarah Jacobson

1: The Renaissance brought plucked hairlines (left) and blond hair (right) was a sign of high class.

2: Queen Elizabeth (right) and Francis I (left) were role models in Elizabethan.

3: The Herisson (right) and white powdered wigs (below) were famous in the 18th century.

4: Men wore a mustache, a beard or had sideburns in the Victorian.

5: The colt (below) and the bobbed (right) were popular hairstyles in the 1920s.

6: Bette Davis' curls (left) and Veronica Lake (right) created popular hair styles in the 1930s and 1940s.

7: Elvis Presley (left) wearing the "Duck's Ass" Hairstyle. The "Doe Eye" is shown on the right. These were popular styles in the 1950s.

8: In the 1960s, Afros (left) were popular for African Americans and the Beatles' mop tops (right) made long hair for men fashionable.

9: Farrah Fawcett (middle), one of the Charlie's Angels, created many fashionable hairstyles for the 1970s.

10: The "Jheri curl" (below), created by Michael Jackson, took the place of the Afro. | Androgyny (above) made an impact in the 1980s.

11: Michael Jordan made shaving the head (right) a popular "hairstyle" for men in the 1990s. | Jennifer Aniston, from "Friends", created the "Rachel" cut (left) also in the 1990s.

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