Sunday, June 20, 2010

Quick Curl Set, Vintage Hairstyle

Hi Ladies,

This is for those Gals out there who do NOT have the time to do the much more labor intensive hairstyle I posted last week.  This will take about 15 minutes to get into pin curls.  If you are not a pin curl lady you can use the same curl pattern with a large barrel curling iron.  My curls don't last when I use curling irons so I stick to pin curls. Good luck Ladies!


13 comments:

Sirens Sexy said...

You look lovely! I am going to give it a try :)

Melissa Marsh said...

I love your blog! I really need to try and do these hairstyles - I get so frustrated with myself because I am not good at setting patterns, etc., and am pretty darn bad at using a curling iron! But one of these days (a lazy Saturday or Sunday) I'm going to try it out.

P.S. - Your grandmother was BEAUTIFUL. I also spent a lot of time with my grandmother growing up, and thankfully, she is still with us and going strong at 83. We love to sit and talk about old classic movies and how life was lived back then.

Forties Fashions said...

Thanks so much Ladies! I sure do appreciate that!

Trixie said...

Gorgeous. Your hair is so nice!

Going to try this set out later in the week. I have really fine hair so I hope it works because it's so cute and looks relatively easy! Thanks for posting it! :)

Bree said...

beautiful!

Forties Fashions said...

Thanks Trixie and Bree! I've been trimming off the damaged ends for what seems like four years! I think my last cut finally removed what was left of my platinum blond dyed purple dyed blue dyed black bleached blond and dyed black some more! LOL

Annushka said...

I Love vintage hairstyle)))
Super blog, very beautiful post!!!
Lovely.

rosie-alia said...

Wow, your hair looks fabulous, I am going to have to try this! And loving the blog, I'm glad I've found it xx

Confessions of the Girl Next Door said...

This was incredibly helpful! I used it for a photoshoot and the pictures turned out fantasticly authentic looking! thanks so much you are a wealth of talent and vintage knowledge.

Forties Fashions said...

To 'Confessions of a Girl Nextdoor' I would love to see those pictures! So glad these posts help.

R.

Lulu S said...

I don't know if you're still posting on this blog or not, but just in case you are, I have a question.. When you do the pin curls, is your hair wet or dry? Also, how long do you leave them in?

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