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Long hair : wavy 70's or curly 80's?

The nostalgia is real. These latest hairstyles are inspired by some of the most iconic looks from the 20th century. Will the 70's vintage look be the one for you, or are you all about 80's glam? Who wins this retro Match the Look battle?

So wavy 70's

The style: Here is a throwback to those charming days of bell bottoms, ABBA music and a whole lot of attitude – the 70s wavy look with a 21st century edge. Model Jess PW showcased the 70s style at the New York Fashion Week's DVF show. Think of a sexy renegade look with a hint of Charlie's Angels.

The hairstyle: Keep your hair long, loose and wavy with a classic middle parting. This is a quintessential 70's look. The best news is that L'Oréal Professionnel salon treatments have come on light years in the last 4 decades so you can own that wavy blonde look with INOA Blond Resist. The first permanent hair colour without ammonia, it's all about cool, natural looking blonde without the unnecessary hair cruelty!

What the editors say: Long locks, a retro vibe and attitude. It rocks. A bit hippy, a bit sexpot, we love it! And those tinted glasses really do it for us.

80's Curly

The style: If you have been binging on Netflix then you know the 80s obsession has just begun. Turn up the synthwave music and get inspired by the 'heady' days of glam and more glam. The hair volume has been toned down a bit in this 21st century reincarnation but those curls are still to die for.

The hairstyle: Check out model Georgia Fowler in Sydney with the loveliest, bounciest curls! It is a mix of old school with a modern and natural softness. Check into your L'Oréal Professionnel salon to talk about Hollywood Waves, Siren Waves or Beach Waves to pick the right volume for you.

What the editors say:

We love those curls. Volume and naturally shiny, healthy hair – what's not to love?

So will you make your pick? The vintage, carefree 70's or the glamorous 80's?

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