Vintage Hairstyles


It started being used in the early 1920s and it gave the impression that the lady wearing it was independent, strong, and confident. To have this style you only need to cut short your long hair. There are many variations of this style. For example, there is the sassy bob (that was introduced by Victoria Beckham) and many others.

Finger waving

It originated from the bob. Here the short hair was made softer and wavy. It was very common in the 1920s and was mostly worn by ladies that couldn’t pull off the shoulder length and rigid lines of the bob.

To have an excellent look you need to mold your wet hair between your fingers and comb the hair in alternating directions in order to make a wave shape. Once you are through you should dry the hair without disturbing the waves.

If you are planning of having this style, you should have a good quality hairspray that will help you in giving your hair a perfect look.

Victory rolls

This style got its name from the Second World War fighter planes that tended to create an exhaust roll on the sky. The style is characterized by its nature to keep hair out of your face.

It was very common in the 1940s when many women started working thus had to keep hair out of their faces. If you feel that the style is too hard for you, you can soften it by adding a flower behind your ear.

Bedroom hair

This is a hairstyle that requires you to have curled hair. If you don’t have curly hair, you should invest in good hair products and curlers. To have this style you need to apply a voluminzer to the damp roots of your hair and blow dry the hair until it’s almost dry. For a great look you should use a curling iron to give the hair a final touch.