1920s Hairstyles – New Bobbed Hairstyles for 1925

The newest bobbed hair from Hollywood –

1920s hairstyle report from 1925

1920s-Hairstyles---New-Bobbed-Cuts-for-1925--Esther-Ralston

Who said bobbed hair lacks variety? Not the movie stars. Merrily they bob and bewilder. Esther Ralston’s newest cut is trimmed out underneath, slicked flat and softly curled.

1920s-Hairstyles---New-Bobbed-Cuts-for-1925--Pola-Negri

Pola Negri’s “orchid bob” bloomed and faded – fortunately. Now she wears a loosely coiled rope of hair about her head and lets her bob grow much longer at the sides.

1920s-Hairstyles---New-Bobbed-Cuts-for-1925--Clara-Bow

Maybe Clara Bow is getting tired of playing flaming flappers. Certainly Clara’s newest coiffure is reminiscent of the days when Grandma was a girl. Banged and bobbed, Clara gives it the modern name of “gigilo”.

1920s-Hairstyles---New-Bobbed-Cuts-for-1925--Marion-Davies

Marion Davies prefers to stick to her classic castle bob, with loose curls and side parting.

1920s-Hairstyles---New-Bobbed-Cuts-for-1925--Fay-Wray

Fay Wray – a new girl on the scene thanks to Erich Von Stroheim’s selection of this pretty unknown as the lead in the Wedding March. Fay’s coiffure is distinctly feminine and enhances a too cute for words face. Isn’t she adorable?

1920s-Hairstyles---New-Bobbed-Cuts-for-1925--Leatrice-Joy

In spite of her distinctly “boyish bob” – most popular in Berlin’s cabaret night spots these days, Leatrice Joy has a charm that is unique and so feminine.

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