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Television was a national obsession in many Western countries, and the TV was often the focal point of the home.
With adverts, music shows and a wealth of series in all genres, TV was a major influence on people’s lives, fashion choices and attitudes.
Farrah Fawcett-Majors was one massive influence on mid-1970s hair.
Ah, the lovely Farrah hit our screens in 1976 courtesy of Nostalgia was big in the ’70s, leading to a whimsical look back to various periods, especially the 1920s through to 1950s.
This looking to the past can be seen in fashion, TV shows and films, and music.
It is a very commonly seen style in photographs, especially with younger women.
Really straight hair that was parted in the centre was a popular way to wear long hair, as seen on actresses Ali Mac Graw in the movie (1968-1973).
Influential women in music include Donna Summer (numerous wigs and looks, but always glam and fashionable), Cher, Debbie Harry (bleached blonde with a fringe), Barbra Streisand and Siouxsie Sioux (spiked black hair), among many others.
Hairdressers created a few styles during the decade that were copied by many and some can still be seen today, albeit with modern twists.
The shag, as seen on Jane Fonda in , is credited to one-time hairdresser Paul Mc Gregor.
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British hairdresser Trevor Sorbie created the wedge in 1974, a short, layered and angular style, and Jheri Redding created the Jheri curl, a loose glossy hairstyle worn predominantly by African Americans.