To be 'a la mode' in hairstyling this winter, fashionable women will have to go back to the age of the Pharaohs.
To be 'a la mode' in hairstyling this winter, fashionable women will have to go back to the age of the Pharaohs. This new -- yet old-age style -- was set by the well-known French hairdresser, Alexandre, at a show in the King's Palace Hotel, Athens, Greece, November 3.
The Pharaoh style for 1960, inspired by decades of the Pharaohs, observes the wide flat look in hairstyling adopted by women of that era. From a flat base, the hair is tapered into a Pyramid Line.
Latest styles in wigs -- no longer a gimmick -- verified the saying that a women's crowning glory is her hair. The mousey-haired woman need not look inconspicuous and dowdy. With a wig fashioned to her desire, she can rival her most elegant friend.
In assembling his collection, Alexandre keynotes elegance for winter hair fashions. And the Parisian Ambassador of coiffeur was warmly applauded by an audience of the city's high society.