13 February 2009

3 cheers for victory rolls!


vogues latest editorial featuring lily d in a war time inspired shoot, only furthered my passion for war time hair. I'm absolutely useless when it comes to hair and normally just let it go shaggy and unbrushed a la mary-kate olsen. however i really would love to know how to do my hair in this style. for a party maybe...
if anyone knows a simple way to re-create this classic war time look please let me know
(:

5 comments:

Nice and Shiny said...

Ooooh yes, I saw a REALLY easy tutorial on youtube to do some cute little victory rolls. Lemme find it...

AHA!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2QyEWv4WDo&eurl=http://feelslikewhitelightning.blogspot.com/


Hope that works for ya ;D Cute blog!

<3<3<3

Katie Rose said...
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Katie Rose said...

Honestly, I've found that the easiest way is to set your hair in rollers, shake it out and muss up the roots with your fingers for some volume.
Then create a side part and pin the sides back. As you get more comfortable with the rollers you'll find that most wartime hairstyles are based out of the shapes already created by a set of curls.

:o)

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