How Do You Make Hairstyles From 1940S?
Curly hairstyles were extremely popular in the 1940s. According to the statistics, the most popular hairstyle of those days was smooth finger waves on top and rolled curls to the back. Bumper bangs were very popular too. It was very difficult to make curly hairstyles in 1940 because there was no curling irons and electric hot rollers. But nowadays such a hairstyle can be reached easily. Browse the review of the best hot rollers to find some tips there. Hope it will come in handy.
Hi there! I think you can use some of the shoulder length haircuts from the article
on Glaminati. There are some hairstyles which look like those from the 40s and the 50s. Hope you will find something helpful and interesting to you there, good luck 😉
The 1940s–a time when the hairstyles of the day were long, sleek and elegant. During this time, many women copied the Veronica Lake peek-a-boo look, long, sultry tresses with bangs that covered one eye. This was also the decade of the Second World War and women entered the factories on the Home Front. Having long hair was a safety issue in the factories. In fact, according to Patricia Baker in Fashions of a Decade: The 1940s, “Women were urged to have their hair cut short in the new Vingle (a close-cropped hairstyle), the Victory Roll or the Liberty Cut, which needed to be cut only once every three months.” Cut hair to an above-the-shoulder length, if necessary. Shampoo, condition and towel-dry the hair. Take a comb and part the wet hair into sections forming four Vs. Wrap strands of hair around your fingertips to make pin curls. Use bobby pins to hold the curls in place. Do this around the top and sides of your head. Dry the hair. Remove the bobby pins and style. Wet your hair. Part