Disco fever was larger than life during the 70’s era and the fashion sense it influenced was as big as well. Even though disco was no longer hip for today’s modern lifestyle; disco hairstyles are still being sported by today’s generation.
Disco hairstyles are naturally big and fluffy; popular disco hairstyles are afro and feathered hair. Afro hairstyle was popularized by African Americans due to their naturally curly and thick hair. Feathered hair on the other hand is long, parted in the middle and brushed back at the side to create bird feather look. Farrah Fawcett and John Travolta popularized this look during the late 70’s.
Since disco hairstyle is all about big hair creating it requires lots of styling products. So if you are to sport these hairstyles make sure to wash your hair properly and moisturize it after to prevent chemical build up and damage.