Decades come and go, and so do the beauty looks that define them individually. Still, there are certain ones that are particularly difficult to pull off—take the clumpy 60's mod eyelashes, for example (we can't all be Twiggy), and fingerwaves, that rebelliously short, all-essential 1920's flapper 'do.
Here's one 12-year-old we'd take style cues from any day. Millie Bobby Brown makes a case for the Prohibition-era cropped mane, showing us all a fresh, modern way to rock fingerwaves. If swing queen Zelda Fitzgerald were alive, she'd definitely approve! Back then, flappers were the bad gals of the day, running around town in scandalously short skirts and even shorter hair, but Millie makes the look sweet and age-appropriate.
Tip: Update the typically high-shine 20's finish and go for textured, beach-ready waves instead! Don't be afraid to accessirize either—slide a row of Goody Colour Collection Metallic Blonde Bobby Pins (P199/pack, Watsons) into your 'do for subtle gold shimmer.