I’m so excited to be a part of The Bombshell Cruise! Any geeky person can go, and with a pin up theme it’s going to be so much fun. The Bahamas, bombshells, and geeky friends vacationing together. Seriously, I can’t wait! To get everyone in the mood I’ve compiled 15 awesome vintage hairstyles. I hope to see a few on the ship, and if you want something fun to do in January, 2017 I hope you’ll come to. Heat up that curling iron and get inspired!
The best way to start is with big retro waves and curls. They’re a vintage hair staple! Break out those hot rollers and give the tutorial by Tori Tutorial a try. Seriously, it is so simple!
Having trouble with your snood or vintage hat? Having a bad hair day? You need Va-Voom Vintage in your life. She’s amazing, and you’re going to learn so many hair accessory things!
Every pin up needs to master victory rolls. The Freckled Fox will walk you through it in no time. It’s definitely not as hard as you think!
Have short to medium hair? Then you’re perfect for Marilyn Monroe’s picture perfect hair! Try the easy to follow tutorial by xoVain for great results.
Remember the pink foam curlers we used to sleep in? I do! This librarian in the 1940’s hairstyle by By Gum, By Golly is so easy and it’s perfect for shoulder length hair.
If your bandana keeps slipping or you just hate tying one, don’t worry. This amazing tutorial by Discount Queens is no sew, no time, and no trouble at all. Here’s another added bonus. You only have to do it once!
The Rockabilly Rosie is perfect for a day out. Don’t worry about your curls and still look fantastic. Let The Freckled Fox show you how!
Rockabilly Online’s tutorial and video makes 1940’s victory rolls as easy as 1, 2, 3. You’ll love this versatile look!
Make your ponytail a showstopper with this swirl of a curl by Sea of Shoes. So cute!
The busier the better with Bridget Bardot’s messy beehive. My favorite tutorial is by Audrey Marie Beauty. It’s not as hard as you think!
Check out this giant sock bun tutorial by GHD. I want to touch it!
The faux vintage bangs you often see are called bumper bangs and they’re so easy to create. Follow this video and tutorial by The Rebel Circus to get started. Bring on the bombshell!
Finger waves are insanely hard to create so let’s start simple with vintage waves for lots of gorgeous volume. This tutorial by Latest Hairstyles is just the way to start. Let’s practice, and move on to those finger waves together!
Last but never least, let’s end at the beginning! No vintage hairstyle happens without the curls. This handy guide by The Beauty Snoop walks you through the different styles of curls and even has a tutorial for vintage waves. Now break out that curling iron and try yourself. It’s fantastic!
Want to set sail with us? You totally can! No costume is required, there’s tons of freebies and fun, and we’re going to the Bahamas!!! Just join the group to get started. I can’t wait to see everyone!