Pin Up Week: How to achieve Pin Up HairstylesA large part of pin-up photography is based on the models hair style, so I pass the Pin Up Week reigns over to my better half `SoDaLiCiOuS as she educates us all on how to achieve a few basic pin up hairstyles....Pin Up Week: How to achieve Pin Up Hairstyles by `Ghouldaddy
In recognition of Pin-Up Week, here are several retro hairstyles along with a How To for each. So if you've ever wanted to achieve the perfect pomp, rockin' rolls, or the classic beehive, take note!
First I will write about the assorted instruments & hair utensils you may need to attain all three looks. Depending on the look you want, you'll need: bobby pins [LOTS of them!], hair rollers, hairspray, rat tail comb, pomade, curling iron, soft-bristled brush, and hair accessories [clip-in flowers, bandana, etc].
Hair rolls are what most people think of when they think of the vintage 1940s hair styles. If your hair is at least shoulder length, you can achieve rolls! Give it a try - it takes some time to dry your