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Models showing hair styles from 60s / 70s
What's the difference between a beehive and a bouffant?
Beehive (hairstyle)
Beehive styles of the early 1960s sometimes overlapped with bouffant styles, which also employed teasing to create hair volume; but generally speaking, the beehive effect was a rounded cone piled upwards from the top of the head, while the simple bouffant was a wider, puffier shape covering the ears at the sides.
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