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Rockabilly Brides! Hair Help is Here with Vintage Hairstyling by Lauren Rennell

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Rockabilly Brides! Hair Help is Here with “Vintage Hairstyling” by Lauren Rennell

Vintage Hairstyling: Retro Styles with Step by Step Techniques by Lauren Rennells is now available in it’s 2nd edition. And this time it is bigger and better! 200 pages with 15 brand new hairstyles.

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Vintage Hairstyling is now in its second edition and gives details on a range of styles from the Twenties to the Sixties.

There are certain classic styles that withstand the test of time. The look of a beautiful hairstyle from 60 or 70 years ago is just as eye catching today as it was then, maybe even more so today. They remind us of a time of elegance and femininity. This book shows how to create so many of those hairstyles. This 2nd Edition takes hairstyles from the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s and breaks them down into simple, easy-to-follow instructions. It uses over 750 brand new photographs and illustrations and detailed directions in a 200-page full-color book.

Rockabilly Brides! Hair Help is Here with “Vintage Hairstyling” by Lauren Rennell
(Sample Page) The book begins with the basic elements and works its way back to advanced techniques. Chapter one describes the tools and products used throughout. Chapter two offers detailed instructions on creating different curls, including the pin curl, the basis for many vintage hairstyles. Chapter three breaks down the proper way to comb the curls for the effect including creating finger waves, Marcel waves, victory rolls, pompadours, and waves from pin curls. The fourth chapter of the book provides step-by-step start-to-finish detailed instructions for 33 different hairstyles created with different hair lengths and textures. The final 2 chapters provide ideas for hair accessories, makeup and nails to finish the look.

Available at Get Go Retro!

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