pin up hair styles

A collection of books, tutorials, and how-to videos compiled by the gals at Babygirl Boutique to help you learn all manner of retro pinup hairstyles, from darling pin curls to fabulous victory rolls.
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From Bettie Page to Dita von Teese, these tutorials will help you achieve the hairstyles of your favorite pinup model.
The perfect retro pin up hair accessories for your tropical, summery outfit! Choose from a Pink and White Plumeria Frangipani Blossom Flower Hair Clip or ponytail holder.
Very cool lens, loved it 🙂 Gotta the pin-up style! Squid-liked.
I love pin up girls, and, thank to your lens, now I can look like one! Thanks for the tips and tutorials.
If you want to learn how to do your hair like Bettie Page, Billie Holiday, Dita von Teese, Joan Holloway and more, just follow these instructional videos.
Wow was my hair curly! Love your vintage photos of hair styles.
love this lens I am going to have to come back I love this style and era of beauty I’m glad to see it back.

Hello my gorgeous dolls! Here is my "Go To" pinup hairstyle when I'm in a rush or I am too lazy to do anything intricate.
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Begin on the right side by taking 1-inch vertical sections and curl hair using a large barrel curling iron to create large spiral curls.
Gather ends straight up, smooth the underside so you have a smooth surface as you roll hair from the ends down toward the head to create your fringe roll.
Roll the fringe separately by gathering hair ends and rolling from the ends up to create a soft ‘C’ shaped curl.
Take the ends and begin rolling hair upward toward the head in a smooth and controlled motion for a smooth ‘C’ shaped curl.
Create a soft center parting then begin curling hair using a medium barrel curling iron.
Next, take hair from the left side temple area and sweep up from the ends to create your next pin curled roll.
Create a soft side parting then divide hair into three sections: right, left and back area.
Brush hair smooth using a paddle brush to create soft, glamorous Hollywood waves.
Take the right side and brush hair smooth in an upward fashion and secure with a bobby pin.
Create a soft side parting then divide hair into three sections: right, left and back areas.
To begin your three stand-up pin curls, take the center crown section and brush hair smooth.
Create a clean side parting then divide hair into three sections: right, left and back areas.
Create a clean side parting then divide hair into three sections: right, left and back.
Prep clean, dry hair with a light hold working hairspray.
Backcomb the fringe lightly and brush up and away from face then spiral curl hair in a vertical fashion.
Gather ends and roll hair to create your pin curled fringe roll.
Backcomb the underside interior of hair and roll the ends under and in an upward motion to create a bun.
Sweep hair back and away from face to create a soft fringe roll.
Take the fringe section and curl hair horizontally using a large barrel curling iron.
Take large one to two inch sections and curl hair by wrapping around a large barrel curling iron from mid-length to ends.
This video was in collaboration with Benefit Cosmetic's blog, hence the use of exclusively benefit products.
It's mainly about the front section of your hair in this video, but then some about the sides, some about accessories, some about the back, okay, so its about all of your hair BUT whatever, the styles are easily acheiveable, require little skill ad are uber quick to do.
Welcome to Vintagious, here, in my own litttle corner of Youtube I will show you how to create beautiful hairstyles from all eras.
Sure, my main focus is on simple vintage hairstyling but I also love easy modern styles.
Glam up for a night out with accessories, or clip in extensions – really versatile and coolio.
Sometimes retro hairstyles can veer a little costumey, which is great if you are looking for that, but sometimes you just want something a little vaguely vintage-inspired to wear to the office.
In fact much of the early aughts at my house was spent looking for retro hair tutorials on the Internet.
Whatever your taste, check out these eight awesome retro hair tutorials from YouTube to find the look that works for you.
Semi-rolls create a cute little bump that looks clearly retro without looking costumey.
I love my snood; she does wonderful work 😀 Vintage Retro Pinup Hair Snood in Warm Red Crocheted from 1940's Design.
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While getting a perfectly vintage style would take hours, these simplified hair tutorials will teach you the fundamentals you’ll need to know in order to create those gorgeous vintage styles.
In the 1940s, a pin-up girl was most typically a widely popular model or actress whose beautiful photographs were often “pinned up” to be thought about, cherished, and admired by soldiers in WWII.
With great brands like T-Party and Nikibiki, we offer a huge selection of styles and colors to fit any of your needs.
If you’ve mastered the above looks are want something a little more complicated, give this one a try! Its challenging but still easy enough if you get the basics down.
This funky chic look is perfect for day old hair, get it out of your face but still look “done”.
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But a famous woman’s hair, like most things about famous women, always becomes everyone’s business anyway, so Twitter predictably went into meltdown mode yesterday when Beyoncé showed up at a Paris station wearing super-short, pinup-girl bangs.
why wouldn’t we want one of our most beautiful, effortlessly glamorous women to take this kind of risk? The magic of famous, beautiful people is that they can wear anything—velour pink tracksuits or dumpy white T-shirts or matching outfits with the rest of her girl group—and make it work.
Like Sarah Paulson at the Emmys, Beyoncé is taking the kind of risk few people seem to be willing to go near anymore, risking the wrath of the Fashion Police or the Twitter armies to just do something that doesn’t feel exhausted.
Still using your left hand, twist the pony "tail" hair up and over your right hand in a clockwise direction.  You will be in essence looping the pony tail around the base formed with your right fingers.
part the hair to your liking [one side with more weight than the other side], tease the hair, twist the side with the most hair and clip with bobby pins, clip the other side with booby pins, and lastly put all the hair together to the side with a hairclip or tie.
Use your fingers to "shape" and "mold" the finished twist. Secure with same color as you hair bobby pins to anchor to the scalp.
Place bobby pins discreetly around the side swept front hair to help anchor the sweep of hair into the back of the style.
Sweep the remaining front hair into a long eye brushing side fringe. Use a flat iron to get a sleek finish and slightly curl the very ends up for a flirty flick.
  Elegant Prom Hairstyle For this style you will need pins, a hair clip, and a comb.
Use a blow dryer set on medium heat and a large flat paddle brush to eparate hair into 2-4 inch sections with one hand as you direct the heat "down the shaft" from the "roots to the ends" with the blow dryer in the other hand.
When hair is completely detangled, apply a styling cream or mousse.  If your hair is naturally curly or wavy, you may wish to apply a straightening serum.
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Here, you’ll find a wide range of prom hairstyles that flatter any dress style, neckline and hair type.
From halter to strapless dresses and pixie cuts to past the shoulder waves, we have the perfect prom hairstyle for you.
So anyway, this housedress is based and adapted from a late 1940’s original pattern, which I made using very rare printed cotton (which I sourced from a top-secret location!) As it has a tie-waist, I can wear it a bit looser if I fancy, or nipped-in if I were to wear the dress out and about.
The pattern for the dress is based on an original 1940’s housedress (which I literally wore to death, and towards the end of it’s life was covered in moth-holes).
Fuelled by my love of pastels, I decided to make a pair of lilac capri pants to wear with my new brooch (I also made a pale blue pencil skirt, which I wore to the Classic Car Boot Sale, see this post here).
Updo hairstyles are perfect for formal occasions, like a wedding or a prom, which require a hairstyle that is elegant, works with your dress and accessories, and suits your personal attributes perfectly.
Party Hairstyles: 15 Festive Ways to Wear Your Hair Forget the stodgy formal holiday hairstyle this year.
Hot Homecoming Hairstyles for 2014 With prom, you’ll likely schedule an hour or two at the salon to get your hair done, but homecoming is much less formal.
Whether you’re dressing up for an after-work cocktail party or an all-out black tie affair, you’ll find the perfect holiday hair style in these galleries.
Whether you want a classic updo for prom, or a trendy formal hairstyle inspired from the celebrity red carpet, we’ve got the cutest looks for this year’s special event.