New hairstyles inspired by the 1930s is the new trend as the 1930s women’s hairstyles were less modeled, as compared to the shingle bobs and finger waves in the 1920s. Their crowns of the previous decade.remained slick, though the base of the hair was much more voluminous an optimal style to utilize with smaller hats. Curls were softer, longer and lived-in like “King Kong” damsel in distress Fay Wray.
Big screen films provided moments of escapism, but even Hollywood’s hairstylists weren’t immune to the hard times. Blonde bombshell Jean Harlow’s hairstylist Alfred Pagano resorted to desperate measures and used peroxide, ammonia, Clorox bleach and Lux laundry soap to master the actress’ platinum ‘do.
The 1930s could possibly be marked by turbulent times, but we’ll always bear in mind these ten screen sirens who took our breath away making use of their seemingly glamorous hairstyles.