5 Vintage Hairstyles That Are Totally Hot Right Now: Whether you are going out with friends or attending your relative’s wedding, the first thing you hope for is to have a good hair day. After all, it’s the hairstyles that make or break our look. Yet, some of us are stuck with the same old routine hairdos, either because we do not have the time or we are wary about changing our look.
If you think this sound like the story of your life than it’s high time you brave up a little and try going vintage, for a change. As these classic, trouble-free hairstyles can do wonders to your confidence. Keeping this in mind, we have brought to you 5 gorgeous dreamy vintage looks, which are so simple, even a non-professional stylist like you can try at home.
Here are 5 Best Vintage Hairstyles That Are Totally Hot Right Now
1. The Twisted Side Hairstyle
This glamorous 1950s hairdo is a classic when it comes to rocking any event. All you have to do is make a side parting of the hair and secure it with a bobby pin. Backcombing the rest of the hair, tie it in a ponytail. Using hairspray divide the ponytail into two parts. Swirl the hair around, giving it some flat curls. Do it with all the divided hair and secure the flat curls with bobby pins. Make a small puff on the front and pin it up.
2. The Pinback Hairdo
Being famous in the 1940s, it is beautiful to look at yet quick to do. Curl your hair loosely around the tips using a curling iron. Take the right section of your hair and pin it to the crown while twisting it and pushing it slightly to the top. Do the same for the left side. Hairspray the pins and brush out your curls in the direction you want them to and voila! You are done.
3. Anne Shirley’s Gibson Tuck
The best when it comes to showing off that neckline or making heads turn at a wedding, all you have to do is make a low ponytail with your hair tugging it slightly so there is space between your hair and the end of your scalp. Twist a portion of the ponytail and tuck it in the space above your scalp. Continue to tuck and roll your hair and lastly pin it with bobby pins using hairspray to secure it in place.
4. Giant Roller Waves
A look very famous among movie stars, you can use a curling iron (if you don’t possess a hot roller) to achieve this look. Section your hair and use a curling iron (rollers) to roll the hair sections while fastening it with pins. After 15-20 minutes remove the rollers and hairspray them so they stay in place.
5. The 1950s Inspired Ponytail
The ponytail is not only the easiest hairstyle but can be used in everyday situations without looking out of place in your daily routines. From the front, make a horizontal parting of the hair and clip it up. Take the remaining hair and tie it up at the crown. Open up the front of your hair that you secured with a hairpin and take one side and drape it over the stunning ponytail. Repeat this for the other side as well.
So there you have it! No more excuses for the same boring, monotonous hairstyles. Have some fun with these vintage styles and you are sure to be the talk of the town for quite a while!