I love everything about the month of October. I love the cooler weather, I love my booties and sweaters. I love the corn mazes, apple picking and pumpkins. But absolutely most of all, I love Halloween. Total sucker. Because this is my favorite month I will be celebrating by giving you guys a bunch of makeup and hair tutorials. It’s the least I can do haha! Today’s tutorial was inspired by the gorgeous pin up girls in the 1940’s. I came down from filming and the first thing my little four year said was, “mom… I hate that hair” haha!! It’s definitely much more high maintenance than styles today but I love the vintage vibes going on.
Video tutorial and step-by-step images are after the jump!
To achieve this hairstyle, you’ll need TRESemmé’s TRES Two Spray Hairspray and if you’re hair is squeaky clean or more on the fine side, TRESemmé’s Volumizing Dry Shampoo. The dry shampoo will absorb any excess oil and give you grit and texture so that the bobby pins will hold and the TRES Two Hairspray will help keep fly-aways and frizz down and also help hold the style so it lasts all night!
And, because I extra super, duper duper love you. I’ve created some step-by-steps PLUS a video. Seriously, how awesome am I? You can just thank me by pinning it like crazy… um… k thanks 🙂 Here is the 1940’s Pin Up Girl Hairstyle Tutorial::
Hopefully you don’t mind I haven’t written out the step-by-steps. If I didn’t have a thousand other tutorials to get to I’d spend the time. Please forgive me?! Enjoy and make sure to subscribe to my You Tube Channel. I’m trying to get to 100K subscribers by Christmas. MUAH!!
This post was sponsored by TRESemmé, a product of Unilever. All opinions are my own.
6 thoughts on “1940’s Pin Up Girl Hairstyle Tutorial”
I love the vintage hair tutorials – the more you have the better for me – I would wear them everyday, not just for Hallowe’en I am looking for another 40’s hair style. You see it alot in the gangster movies – it’s just a series of simple deep wave at each side of the head – I am assuming that long clips are used overnight with it – searching the net I found that it’s called a pin curl wave but is normally done on short hair. I have waist length hair – very fine too. How would you do this for long hair?
What camera do you use??
I use the Canon t5i with the 50 1.4 mm lens!
Thanks for the hair tutorial. I’ll be wearing it tonight to a halloween party!
I don’t see the link for the connection ring. Can you tell me where to find it? I need one! hehe it’s so cute.
Thanks and happy halloween!!
Very cute Abby! So creative! Love all your lovely videos! Your children are beautiful!
This is really cool! It looks so pretty definitely think that more people should dress up like this for Halloween. And I agree with you about this time of year when the weather’s changing! But, here in southern California it’s still super hot and we’re going into another heat wave! I really do hope it eventually gets cooler.