The bigger the hair – the closer to God. Big Hair Returns, via New Jersey to Hollywood.

SHOULD it be interpreted as a sign of the apocalypse, or just a really big trend, that both Hillary Clinton and Snooki have been accused of wearing Bumpits of late? The 1970s revolution is back in style. If 2010 was the year of bangs and short hair, 2011 is a big hair revelation. More and more celebrities have chosen to exaggerate and make their hair seem bigger than ever before. Big curls, log rich hair styles and lots of volume are the new trend in Hollywood. If you want to get in style then you have to get going because most celebrities have already adopted this 70s fashion trend.

Big Hair is Everywhere

It is no coincidence that Mrs. Clinton and Nicole Snooki of “Jersey Shore” — one the secretary of state, the other the stereotype of a succubus — share a fondness for big hair. Voluminous locks have symbolized female power throughout history, from the wealthy Roman women whose elaborate hairstyles were created by their slaves to Marie Antoinette and her four-foot wigs, from the cast of “Dynasty” to the current crop of dandelion-headed women appearing in popular culture at the same moment as a simple plastic device that promises instant volume by “bumping” it up.

Laugh if you must, but now big bumpy hair is everywhere, and New Jersey, for once, appears to have been at the forefront of a fashion trend. Big hair was all over the runways for fall, from the feathery curls at Oscar de la Renta in New York to the 1960s-inspired poufs at Rochas in Paris, and now it’s showing up in magazines: headbands and up sweeps in Harper’s Bazaar; the full Upper East Side blowout treatment in W.

“These New Jersey TV women are becoming pop icons,” said Eric Alt, the owner of three Garden State salons and  fashionable stylist. Alt worked on the hair at the DKNY show in February, describing the look as a modified Snooki pouf — big on top, slick on the sides. And yes, he’s getting more requests for bigger hair.

It is a sign of the times. Because many women are resisting fashion purchases, the only real area where people can influence change right now is their hair.

The bigger the hair – the closer to God.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Rihanna, Cheryl Cole, the sexy judge from the X Factor and numerous other famous women, have decided that size does matter in this case. A beautiful healthy look needs to be complimented with taste. And if we live in a world where fashion is constantly coming back, hairstyle is not an exception. If glamorous colours in clothes, high skirts and outrageously tall shoes are in trend, when it comes to hair fashion, the bigger the better. If you want to look ravishing, make a stand and pop out of the crown, then you must definitely opt for the big hair trend.

Some celebrities have never cut their hair. Let’s take Cheryl Cole for example, who has always had the most beautiful long, black hair. At this point, flat is not an option anymore. A lot of volume and the biggest possible curls are now in vogue. Jennifer Lopez, recently proclaimed by people Magazine the most beautiful woman in the world, had a beautiful golden hair in her latest video I’m Into You. So it’s a fact. Celebrities have gone back in time over 40 years to bring to the table their rich and voluminous hair.

Even if you don’t have that much hair or you cannot afford to put on fake hair, you can still have tons of volume if you learn to style it properly. You need hair spray for a big hair, a brush and simple technique where you must tease the hair. With a few moves you’ll make it gigantic but at the same time glamorous and fashionable. Make a smart decision right away ad get in style with the most famous celebrities worldwide. Decide to look fabulous like Cheryl Cole from the X Factor and opt for the big hair fashion trend. It’s not so difficult and thus you’ll even feel like a celebrity at least for a day.

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