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This style is so versatile! It works with every face shape and hair density and is super easy for those with naturally wavy hair.
This style is so versatile! It works with every face shape and hair density.
This style is so versatile! It works with every face shape and hair density.
This style is so versatile! It works with every face shape and hair density.
This style works well on long and oval face shapes and smoother hair textures.
This style works best on longer hair with no layers and looks good on all face shapes.
This style is great for thicker hair and the low sweeping fringe gives balance to long faces.

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Get the full tutorial here and don’t forget that flower-child natural texture.
If anyone can work the “Down-to-Earth Marie Antoinette,” it’s you.
To serve ’90s supermodel realness, check out this tutorial.

Modern Screens beauty expert Carol Carter reports for Vintage Makeup Guide.com and shows you how to match your given face with a glamorous Hollywood star in 1940′s make-up and hairstyle.
Modern Screens beauty expert Carol Carter reports for Vintage Makeup Guide.com and shows you how to match your given face with a glamorous Hollywood star in 1940′s make-up and hairstyle.

I finally formulated my own sea-salt texture spray just how I like it, with extra salt for texture, aloe vera for moisture, and green tea extract for grip…..and you can now purchase it here from the ShamPHree product shop! Put it in your styling kit with your boar bristle brush, comb, and large and small bobby pins and that’s basically all you need for great daily DIY hair.
Using your thumb as a roller, roll the ends of the back section upwards to the base of the head.
Use as many bobby pins as you need to to secure the roll and ends against the head.
Use several large bobbies to pin the inside of the roll to the base of the head from either side, making sure that your bobbies grab each other on the inside of the roll for stability.
Now take the all the rest of your hair in one hand, and twist them while pulling them upwards into a roll against the head.
Carefully hold the twisted ends to the head, and pin them into the hair to secure the hive in place.
Where the roll meets the pinned hive, fold the hair ends over, and tuck them down behind the roll.

No discussion of 1940’s hairstyles would be complete without the victory roll hairstyle.  To create a victory roll, style hair in pin curls and remove pins as instructed above.  Part your hair as you usually do.  Section off hair behind each ear, and let the back hang normally.  On one side, brush the section of hair up high and straight out.  Spray with a little hairspray to keep ends in place.  Using fingers, curl the section upward so that it curls in on itself and the ends are in the innermost part of the roll.  Pin in place on top of the head using hair pins.
Here's how to recreate the top reverse roll.  Set hair in rollers with all rolls going away from the face.  Take rollers out, and make a part on each side of the head from front to back, and a third part across the back.  This will give you a rectangular patch of hair that you can hold straight up off the top of your head.  Brush this section forward and put pins on both sides of the section.  Roll loosely toward the back with the ends remaining inside the roll.  Pin roll in place crosswise with bobby pins.  Depending on your face shape, you may need to make the section of hair in the roll smaller or larger.  This is a style of 1940s hair that really shows off your face.
It would be hard to find more glamorous looks than 1940’s vintage hairstyles.  With pin curls and updos with side rolls, 1940’s vintage hairstyles were meant to be noticed.  Two popular 1940s vintage hairstyles are the pompadour for women, which pairs “big hair” in front with sleek hair in back, and the basic updo.  Both are glamorous styles for when you need to look chic and polished.
Recreating 1940’s retro hairstyles is not as labor intensive today, because we have modern technology such as curling irons and personal hair dryers.  Getting that deep side parted Veronica Lake “peek-a-boo bang” style doesn’t require sleeping in curlers.  Creating 1940’s victory rolls or pompadours takes some practice—however, people will appreciate the effort you put into these retro hairstyles, because they look sexy and up-to-the-minute when paired with modern fashions.
To begin creating a rockabilly hairstyle, section hair, and set in large rollers.  Hot rollers work great, as do regular foam rollers on hair that's slightly damp.  Once your hair is cool (or completely dry) remove the rollers, and back comb the inside of the front curls to create volume.

We grabbed the most stunning retro hairstyles from Pinterest and asked experts to weigh in on how to wear them without looking like we got caught in a bad time warp.
10 Retro Hairstyles That Are Hot Right Now The Marilyn Monroe pin curls and Brigitte Bardot blowout are back.
Just as the ’60s color-blocking trend and bug-eyed sunglasses are circling back into our fashion, the Bardot-esque curls and finger-wave updos are getting another go in the limelight — with some gorgeous updates.
I’m loving these hairstyles!!! Especially the Brigitte Bardot waves…super gorgeous.
Let’s play a little game: What comes to mind when you think of the 1920s, 1940s, and 1960s? If you think sleek bobs, pin curls, and bouncy blowouts, then you’re just like us: hair-obsessed.

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Retro styles are as popular as ever with new influences from the 20s and 30s thanks to the new The Great Gatsby movie, and hit shows Boardwalk Empire and Downton Abbey.

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This weekend, our Beauty 101 series is focusing on all aspects of hair care and styling.

You may associate vintage hairstyles with women who always wear retro inspired outfits and favour burlesque shows for weekend entertainment but actually hairstyles from the past look simply fabulous with contemporary fashion and give them an extra dimension and polish.
There are tens of vintage hairstyles covered, from 40s/50s pin ups, looks from famous silver screen actresses such as Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, Audrey Hepburn Marlene Dietrich to name but a few.
Hands down the best instructional videos for vintage hairstyles I have seen, Miss Freemont is the picture of hair perfection when it comes to lady locks of yesteryear.
Of course, doing pin curls, victory rolls, using rollers, curling wands and other techniques from 20s through to the 60s takes some practice and that is why I was beyond thrilled when I discovered Lisa Freemont Street’s Youtube channel.

Learn about vintage bridal hair looks in this wedding day hairstyles video from Howcast.

However, this site is dedicated to bringing you nothing but the best of stylish vintage hairstyles, so if you’re looking for a good resource check this blog out for some great style finds.
On the net there are limited resources that provide you with retro natural hairstyles and vintage style inspiration.
These divas provide you with beautiful natural hair styles that not only protect your hair, but also make it look sophisticated.
Her hair style is a good option if you are looking for a protective style that shows off your curls.
Ariane is the Editor-in-Chief of BlackNaps.org. She founded this natural hair care resource in 2010.
This site fills in the gap and the need for black vintage hair styles on the net.
After wearing dreadlocks for 4 years, she transitioned to free flowing hair and is on her 3rd year of loose natural tresses.

FANS of vintage style were in for a treat at the iMuseum on Friday as students from the Isle of Man College’s Hair and Beauty Department recreated Victorian, Edwardian and 1950s hairstyles in a live styling challenge.
Students have been using photographs from Manx National Heritage’s archive collections to achieve the complicated hairstyles as part of their course of training this year, and put their skills into practice during the event.
Katie King, community engagement officer for Manx National Heritage, said: ‘When we were looking at some of our Victorian studio portrait photographs and others from the archives earlier this year we were fascinated by the range and style of fashion in the photographs.
She explained: ‘We thought this seemed like an ideal opportunity to work with the talented hairdressing students at the Isle of Man College – to see whether they could recreate the looks live in the iMuseum.

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