“Hair always follows fashion,” vintage-hair expert Kathie Rothkop, 64, told Yahoo! Shine via phone from her California Salon Glam. “Plus, we’ve been doing the straight, flat thing [with hair] for about 10 years now. To make it different, what can we do? We make it bigger.”
Rothkop started doing hair as a teenager in the mid ’60s, at the peak of popularity for the original beehive. Now she's seeing a noticeable uptick in beehive-seeking customers once again.
That’s no doubt thanks to celebrity influence. Years after Amy Winehouse brought the look back into an edgy kind of vogue, folks like Cotillard—who sported a perfect pouf at the Cannes “Blood Ties” premiere Monday—may really make it stick. Jobert’s locks were similarly styled, contrasting with a modern strapless Read More »from Beehives Are Back: How to Get Hollywood's Favorite Retro Hairstyle