Green was still the hue du jour. The hairstyle is described as a "calmed coif."
Charles was a real fellow, once; Charles Jundy, a hairdresser who took over the salon in the Hotel Ritz. Founded his own cosmetics company in 1919. Wikipedia on the end:
Under Revlon, the brand Charles of the Ritz began to slip in image and prestige. In 1991 they launched a line called Express, aimed at a more savvy customer. The brand became associated with mid-price stores like J. C. Penney and maintained a focus on the "mature" customer.
After several years of unsuccessful revival attempts and facing massive debt, Revlon put the line for sale, but had no takers. Analysts suggested the very name — Charles of the Ritz — lacked consumer recognition.