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From Cinnamon Roll Curls to High-Rise Hairdos

By: Zoe Badley - Published:   Updated: Aug 4 2011
This type of hairstyle first exploded onto the scene in the late 50s and some years later died out. However, in recent years, beehive updos are making a huge comeback.

Whether it's being featured in top magazine publications or being donned by singer Amy Winehouse, it's clear that this fad isn't going anywhere for a while. Be sure to check out the gallery for a closer look at these different beehive features.

Implications - The recent recession prompted budget-conscious consumers to make affordable purchases at vintage and thrift stores. This has led to a resurgence of retro styles which customers love and desire for their elements of antiquity and rarity.