30 DIY Vintage Hairstyle Tutorials for Short, Medium, Long Hair
From the downright famous to super sexy, these 30 vintage hair styles are totally hot! Check out these beautiful vintage hairstyles bellow and follow the guides to create your favorite hair styles by yourself at home!
Vintage Hairstyle Tutorial for long hair: Old Hollywood Giant Roller Waves
Vintage Hairstyle for wedding: Anne Shirley’s Gibson Tuck
Brigitte Bardot’s Half-Up Bouffant via Contempt
Bettie Page’s Teased Baby Bangs
Betty Grable’s Scarf Updo
Billie Holiday’s Glamorous Curls
This more subtle twist on classic victory rolls is super adorable and pretty easy to create.
Get the how-to on The Freckled Fox.
Vintage Hairstyle Tutorial: Lauren Bacall’s Waves
Hairstyle Tutorial: Jackie O.’s Flippy Bob
Nancy Drew probably must have followed the exact same steps to get this look. Get the tutorial here.
Hair Tutorial: Romantically Tousled Garden Party Hair
Vintage Hairstyle Picture Tutorial : An Easy 1940s Pinback Hairdo
An Audrey Hepburn-Esque High Chignon
Hairstyle Tutorial: Joan Holloway’s Chignon
Vintage Hairstyle for medium length hair: Brigitte Bardot’s Messy Beehive
Lena Horne’s Victory Rolls
Vintage Hairstyle for African American Women: Beauty Queen Beehive
20s Inspired Finger Waves
Finger waves are tough to master but the are stunning. I like that with this tutorial you only wave the front, saving you time and frustration.
Learn more atTwo Happy Hearts.
Vintage Hairstyle for Shoulder Length Hair: 1920s Marcel Wave
Learn how to recreate this amazing baby beehive from the Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 show in Paris.[Photo by Felix Wong]
Find the how-to video onFlare.
A 1930s Romantic Nape Hairdo
Throwback to the 30s
This half-up, half-down vintage look is just adorable.
Recreate it with a little guidance fromTwist Me Pretty.
Vintage Hairstyle for Long Hair: A 1930s Bride Updo
Late ’30s/Early ’40s Librarian Chic Bob
This hairstyle requires a sponge roller set.
Vintage Hairstyle for Black Women: A 1940s Wartime Curly Bob
1940s Hair Tutorial
These twists are nice and tight to the scalp, as they I’ve learned that proper victory rolls should be.
The step-by-step can be found onThe Glitter Guide.