What Is A Quiff Hairstyle

Quiff hairstyles are often seen in fashion magazines and runways worn by celebrities and models. It comes in various versions from vintage look to trendy and eye catching styles. Traditionally, quiff hairstyles are often seen worn by men because of its masculinity and rockabilly fashion. Moreover, these hairstyles are cut longer on top and combed backwards or upwards. All hair is being held in place with hair styling products that give a firm hold.

Among the popular quiff hairstyles that become popular throughout the time include the pompadour, 50s flattop, Mohawk, Teddy Boy, Psychobilly, The Meteors, Demented Are Go, Mark Lamarr, The Japanese Punch Perm, Yakuza, and Bosozoku.

50s Pompadour Quiff Hairstyles

The Pompadour hairstyle is a quiff hairstyle that is named after Madame de Pompadour. This hairstyle had become a fashion trend during the 50s era among male rockabilly actors and artists. The 50s flattop is similar to a crew cut except that the hair on the head top is styled deliberately for a cut flat and stand up. As a result, the hairstyle gives a square shape.

Among the notable persons who have worn quiff hairstyle are Elvis Presley, Morrissey, The Smiths, James Dean, Ricky, Mark Kermode, Brian Setzer, Joe Strummer, Paul Simonon, and countless others.


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