Over time, hairstyles have changed drastically. After the restrictive and prudish Victorian fashion trends came things like bouncy waves and loose locks that now inspire girls all around the world to let go of who they are and become something new. The bob cut was one such haircut – a free-spirited experiment in craftsmanship that women everywhere embraced because it made them feel liberated from the chains of society. This led to different sorts of cuts; plain bobs, shingle bobs, orchid bobs, Moana bobs, coconut bobs, et cetera. And yet out of these many variations emerged two iconic figures – Grace Kelly’s simple but heartwarming beehive for people who enjoyed something minimalistic with plenty of glamor thrown in for good measure; and Brigitte Bardot’s bouffant which took advantage of natural volume by creating dramatic pompadours straight off an English high street circa 1930s when clothes were at their most stylish.

As years progressed, so did the diversity of hairstyles. The 1980s brought us curly or permed hair styled in a side ponytail with some bangs and layers for those who preferred it. In contrast, the 1990s had a resurgence of longer locks that were typically styled without much fuss – just some light highlighting to give off dimension. Entering the 2000s, celebrities’ looks became popular among regular folks such as Nicole Kidman’s sleek bob or Marilyn Monroe’s signature blonde bombshell look. By 2010, women experimented with all sorts of different styles from ombre dyes to beachy waves often seen on models like Miranda Kerr from Victoria’s Secret.

Indian hairstyles come in all shapes and sizes, from braided to updo’s for both medium or long-haired people. Today there are a myriad of options available; men don’t get left out either because they’ve got plenty of styles to choose from – straight, curly or Afro hair – it doesn’t matter what you’ve got going on up top because Indian haircuts can do anything with ease.