|Audrey Hepburn and the up-do|
|Marilyn Monroe and the "pageboy"|
|Mia Farrow and the "pixie"|
|Farrah Fawcett and the feathered shag that is actually called "The Farrah"|
These hairstyles do not seem shocking or ground-breaking now, but they were artistic forms of expression and certainly a risk at the time of their conception. Now, it seems as if the possibilities for hair as an art medium are endless. Look below for the modern conceptualizations of a few hairstyles of yesterday.
|"The Modern Pageboy"|
These hair "headpieces" are beautiful and show an amazing amount of creativity. Maybe a bit impractical, but what is art if not full of fantasy and impracticality?
|"The Hair Bonnet"|
|"The Horizontal Cone"|
Think twice before you pull your hair up, yet again, in that convenient ponytail...you could be missing out on the perfect opportunity to express yourself.