10 Vintage Inspired Hairstyles
A few weeks ago I uploaded a video on the way I have been wearing my hair, but to achieve that look you either need very long thick hair or a fake bun.
I thought I would share with you ladies ten other ways to do your hair that require no fancy hair pieces or contraptions.
Some of these hairstyles have diy’s and some of them are just photos, but all of them should be inspirational.
But before I do, I would love it if you took a moment to check out my cooking show Making It Modern, where I recreate a vintage recipe and then use it as inspiration to make a new dish more suitable for the modern palate.
You can also see how I style my hair in a vintage pageboy
Oh Solanah, you have done it again with the perfect 1940s curls and rolls.
I still have not even come close to achieving this look even though you make it look so easy! It looks so fantastic on you and I hope my dear readers are inspired to try it. (here)
Now this I can do!
I remember the first time I saw this tutorial I was thrilled and tried it right away. It is now a favorite and I wear my hair like this quite often, especially around the house. (here)
If you have shorter hair fear not because I haven’t ignored you.
Aren’t these tiny buns at the nape of the neck so chic and elegant?
It isn’t technically vintage, but I think the look is so romantic and is beautiful with any outfit- vintage or modern. (here)
For those of you who pin curl your hair, here is a terrific tutorial on covering the pin curls with a scarf. This is also a marvelous way to cover a bad hair day. (here)
For those of you with longer and thicker hair, here is an easy way to create a sort of bun at the nape of your neck.
I think this would be beautiful with a vintage comb tucked into the side. (here)
Hey look, it’s me! Here is one of my earliest hair tutorials.
I wear my hair like this all the time in the summer because it is dignified and incredibly easy to achieve. (here)
I tried this the other day but just couldn’t get the hang of it.
I have a cowlick so my hair doesn’t want to come down over my forehead, so it looks funny on me.
But if you don’t have the same issue I think this is a splendid way to do your hair. (here)
Every now and again I want my hair to have a lot of height and I have found this tutorial to be the easiest to understand and achieve. (here)
I have been obsessed with this hairstyle ever since I pinned it ages ago.
It looks like the hair is rolled on either side of the part and then that roll continues around the back. Lovely! (here)
Here is the messier version of the hair seen one photo above. I like how simple this is and I think this hairstyle looks great with both vintage and modern clothing, similar to the small bun hair-do. (here)
So there you have it! Ten of my favorite vintage hairstyles. Do you have any hair-do’s you want to share? Leave the links in the comments so I can see what you do with your flowing locks! Are you like me and tend to wear your hair out of your face, or are you more of the type to wear your hair down? Can’t wait to see!