With a little height at the forehead, it's classic and uncomplicated. Styling this look requires precision.
Black ladies with square jawlines should wear a pompadour with a thin top. This style slims your face while highlighting your beauty.
1940s pompadour hairstyles for ladies are iconic. This highly stylized look can be worn anytime, especially for formal gatherings, without a kerchief.
Instead of slicking back hair, the puff sits on the forehead, looking great on natural curls. Add sunglasses and a low ponytail.
Vintage style will turn heads. Tease the strands for volume before gathering them on one side of the head and rolling them inward to create a jumbo roll.
This easy-to-style appearance is perfect for older women. Silver highlights and a side undercut highlight the natural greys, while the top is long enough to comb back.
Natural waves? Create an edgy pomp using them. The top is teased before being tousled up and back to create a high puff on a layered bob cut.
Pompadours and quiffs suit women too. Proof: this look. Those confident enough to pull off this look can ask the hairstylist for a long top that tapers at the sides.
The dark brown sides are buzzed to highlight the long puffy blonde top, which is slicked back with pomade for a two-toned look.
This timeless haircut is graceful and unique. Separate the locks and front strands. Tease them to form a high top with side locks.