History Main / BeehiveHairdo

19th Jul '17 1:02:00 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* Rimmer, from ''Series/RedDwarf'', on one occasion rudely demanded that Holly give him a haircut. In revenge, Holly inflicted a beehive on him instead.
17th Jun '17 3:59:56 PM SeaRover
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* The lady on the cover of ''Rich People Problems''.
27th May '17 5:33:24 PM nombretomado
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The Beehive Hairdo is a woman's hairstyle in fashion from about the 1940s through the 1960s, in which long hair is piled high above the head and cemented with plenty of hairspray. A few elderly women could be seen sporting the beehive into the 1990s, at which point it became more of a gag and/or trope hairstyle than anything [[RealLife real]]. They seem to have made a small comeback in the last few years, thanks to celebrities from shows like ''JerseyShore'' making "poofy hair" trendy again. It is named as such because it resembles a StockBeehive in shape.

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The Beehive Hairdo is a woman's hairstyle in fashion from about the 1940s through the 1960s, in which long hair is piled high above the head and cemented with plenty of hairspray. A few elderly women could be seen sporting the beehive into the 1990s, at which point it became more of a gag and/or trope hairstyle than anything [[RealLife real]]. They seem to have made a small comeback in the last few years, thanks to celebrities from shows like ''JerseyShore'' ''Series/JerseyShore'' making "poofy hair" trendy again. It is named as such because it resembles a StockBeehive in shape.



* As mentioned above, Snooki's signature "poof" from ''JerseyShore''.

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* As mentioned above, Snooki's signature "poof" from ''JerseyShore''.''Series/JerseyShore''.
26th Apr '17 8:30:31 AM Troperinik
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* Some episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' have either Kaeloo or Quack Quack wear a wig that looks like a beehive hairdo.
7th Apr '17 5:06:36 PM nombretomado
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* Charlotte from ''WesternAnimation/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''

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* Charlotte from ''WesternAnimation/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''
11th Feb '17 10:04:13 PM TVTropesAreCool
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** Sideshow Mel also counts, as a rare male example. Agnes, Principal Skinner's mother, also has one, but not nearly as large.

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** Sideshow Mel also counts, as a rare male example. Agnes, Principal Skinner's mother, also has one, but not nearly as large.large (and it's a wig; she's actually bald).
4th Feb '17 3:22:32 PM AgProv
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** It is fair to say this might have its roots in the "Pompadour hairstyles" of the late eighteenth century, popular at the French court, where women would seek to out-do each other in even more spectacular - and ultimately preposterous - piled hairstyles, heavily fixed with lacqueurs and often reliant on what today we might call "hair extentions". Some of these baroque hairstylings incoprorated clocks, and even cages of small animals - mice were popular. If this is combined with poor standards of personal hygiene and the fact unwashed hair fixed with glues, lacquers and animal facts might look nice but would stink after a while - and which would inevitably attract other forms of livestock not imprisoned in cages - then we have an urban mytrh with roots in historical fact.

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** It is fair to say this might have its roots in the "Pompadour hairstyles" of the late eighteenth century, popular at the French court, where women would seek to out-do each other in even more spectacular - and ultimately preposterous - [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/will-bashor/marie-antoinettes-crazies_b_4109620.html piled hairstyles, hairstyles]], heavily fixed with lacqueurs and often reliant on what today we might call "hair extentions". Some of these baroque [[baroque hairstylings incoprorated clocks, and even cages of small animals - birds, butterflies and even mice were popular. If this is combined with poor standards of personal hygiene and the fact unwashed hair fixed with glues, lacquers and animal facts fats might look nice but would stink after a while - and which would inevitably attract other forms of livestock not imprisoned in cages - then we have an urban mytrh myth with roots in historical fact.
4th Feb '17 3:16:13 PM AgProv
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** It is fair to say this might have its roots in the "Pompadour hairstyles" of the late eighteenth century, popular at the French court, where women would seek to out-do each other in even more spectacular - and ultimately preposterous - piled hairstyles, heavily fixed with lacqueurs and often reliant on what today we might call "hair extentions". Some of these baroque hairstylings incoprorated clocks, and even cages of small animals - mice were popular. If this is combined with poor standards of personal hygiene and the fact unwashed hair fixed with glues, lacquers and animal facts might look nice but would stink after a while - and which would inevitably attract other forms of livestock not imprisoned in cages - then we have an urban mytrh with roots in historical fact.
20th Jan '17 8:14:34 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Gerald from ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold''.

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* Gerald from ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold''.''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'', though his is an exaggerated hi-top fade.
30th Dec '16 10:41:48 AM JamesAustin
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