1969 mid length straight hairstyle  Mid length hair was blow-dried straight through the back with soft, short waves through the front     Hairstyle by: Roger Thompson  Salon: Vidal Sassoon  Location: London

The original mullet. 1969 mid length straight hairstyle Mid length hair was blow-dried straight through the back with soft, short waves through the front Hairstyle by: Roger Thompson Salon: Vidal Sassoon Location: London-pin it by carden

1974 The Wedge by Trevor Sorbie for Vidal Sassoon

1974 stripes wedge hairstyle Hairstyle by: Trevor Sorbie Salon: Trevor Sorbie Professional Location: Covent garden

1974 The Wedge by Trevor Sorbie for Vidal Sassoon

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