by lgebert

For men in the roaring twenties, slicked back, conservative styles were the height off fashion. F. Scott Fitzgerald surfaced to fame with his first popular novel, This Side of Paradise, in 1920, and became a fixture in New York City society. Like the style of the times, he kept his hair parted down the center, combed back and plastered down. This hairstyle has since become an iconic 20′s hairstyle look.