Because the Holidays are just around the corner, I’m here to show you how to get that classic look with three simple steps! Some people may recognize this look, also known as finger waves. I love this style because it looks polished, chic and kind of hard to do. But little do you know, with my little “how to” it is extremely easy to achieve!
How to steps
•section off your hair into three to make life easier, starting at the bottom
•curl your hair in the SAME direction all around
•once you’re finished, brush your hair starting from the bottom and work your way up
•add accessories, and hair spray
Depending on what level of “classic” you are going for. Consider where you are parting your hair. If you are looking for maximum “classiness” try a far side part. An easy way to figure how far to go, aline your part with the tail end of your eye brow. And if you are looking for just a smidge of that classic look, off center is a safe bet. Well, I hope that these three simple steps helps you get that classic look!
This super cute retro inspired hair style that you can do yourself, takes not a lot of skill, mostly just patients! The 1960s have always been one of my favorite eras when it comes to fashion. If you love rocking a short hair style but are wanting something to spice it up a little bit maybe this is for you! While this gives me all the right 60s vibes, it’s not costume like! So you can go to work, remain professional, BUT you’ll have fun, retro hair while you’re there. Alright, let’s do this!
Before you begin, make sure the round brush you are using is meant for the length of hair you have. Your hair should be able to wrap around the brush one and a half times. If your hair can not, that means your brush is too large, and you should look into downsizing! Happy blow drying!
What products you’ll need for this 1960s retro inspired look
Let’s talk about last nights hair! Last night was mom and dads last time out before the baby arrives! So obviously that meant I just HAD to get extra cute and that meant a cool hair style. first, I want to say I don’t make these up myself. I do some what, but I take a little inspiration from something I’ve seen and then do what works for my hair type, and what the event is that I’m going to. We were going to a bar/restaurant for a birthday party. So I didn’t want to get too fancy but definitely wanted a little some some. (; Lets break it down shall we…
One last thing before you go! For my last night out hair style, I chose to smooth out my day two hair with the blow dryer. You can always curl to add more texture, or you can pull all your hair up and wear it in a ponytail, or bun! Your options are limitless! As always, don’t over think it!!