An everyday, quick and easy vintage updo hairstyle for short hair is a must. Here’s how to create on of our fave retro hairstyles.
Vintage Updo Hairstyle for Short Hair
A vintage updo hairstyle for short hair is ideal for second-day hair, windy weather and balmy days. Pulling your hair back doesn’t have to mean any less glamour either.
For vintage hairstyling beginners and beyond, you can’t go wrong with an updated Rosie the Riveter hairdo. It’s a classic for a reason.
This is one of the most famous 1940s hairstyles because of the iconic woman who wore it best. It’s also practical, feminine and fun.
This hair tutorial comes from popular YouTube vlogger, Pinup Doll Ashley Marie. The slightly sped-up video takes less than a minute to watch.
The tools she uses are a curling iron, hairspray, bobby pins, a comb, soft bristle brush and a scarf. Although, you can see above a hair flower is also a great accessory.
The tutorial begins with the bangs and if you have a fringe then that can be skipped completely. Then it moves on to curling and pinning the hair.
Hair length isn’t a big deal for this vintage hairstyle tutorial because it all gets brushed upwards. Those, however, with the shortest of Mia Farrow crops can focus on the bangs. Naturally curly girlies can also tame their mane and get straight to work.
Skipping the scarf means more time on a sleeker finish this simply means spending some time smoothing and pinning.We’re a talking mere minutes.
Lastly, you can accessorise and you’re done. Voila! Pinup perfection that lasts all day.