The 1970s were a time when you were either rocking out to bands like KISS or dancing to disco and Soul Train. Every decade is remembered by its music and fashion, and that's why our 70s wigs are key to looking like you're living in this time. From Afros to feathered hair, we have it all right here! Afros were popular among African Americans during the late 60s into the 70s. This hairdo can be achieved by teasing out Afro-textured or curly hair into a large round shape. It became popular after the Civil Rights Movement when people wanted to honor their African roots and rebel against the pressure to wear hairstyles the way that Caucasians did. That makes them a signature 70s look!
Whether you were a man or a woman during the 70s, a totally rad haircut to have was the shag. This short, unevenly layered hairdo was worn by everyone from the glamorous Jane Fonda to the rebellious rock star Mick Jagger. If you were dancing to Gloria Gaynor and Donna Summer's music in the discos, then you typically would've had a feathered hairstyle. Charlie's Angels actress Farrah Fawcett possibly had the most popular feathered hair of all time. Men and women alike would mimic this style by brushing their hair upwards so that a feathery effect would frame either side of their face.