Throw Pin Curls into a Plain Design Giving an Extra Something.
Get yourself the retro chic style and wow the world. Her blonde hair is the perfect final detail to complete the ensemble. Another thing contributing to this eclectic look is the makeup. It's beautiful, and even though it's not what you'd call retro chic like her hair, it matches to perfection. Her full dark lips give a sort of gothic style, which is perfect to balance the very feminine coiffure. Her very striking, long and dark eyebrows are also key as they add a modern vibe.
And let's not forget the other aspects of her eyes. The sparkly eyeshadow is an excellent complement to the overall effect and makes you stare back. Don't overlook another factor, her nails. Those pointed, long dark nails are an ideal addition to the wide-ranging look, giving it a touch of edginess. We have to admit the main attraction of the picture is the amazing hairstyle. Everything else is important too, but only to bring it all together. Mixing different effects, vibes, and eras produces a contemporary but paradoxically nostalgic finish. By combining the retro chic hair, modern and gothic makeup and edgy nails the overall product is well executed.
Crimping without Producing a Frizz-bomb?
First, comb the fringe and secure at the front using bobby pins. Though crimping is possible using curling irons, a crimper on wide setting will give improved results. Once towel-dried, untangle the knots by brushing with a wide-toothed comb. Once a section seems smooth enough, take smaller sections, hold in loose bunches while pressing down on equidistant, moderate to big portions with the crimper. Allow the waves to cool and set. Don't pull taut until cool as the crimps will pull out.
Applying hairspray before pressing down will provide the definition, resulting in crisper crimps producing almost nil frizzes. Crimping applying less pressure gives a softer finish. Teasing the crown area gives volume. Spritz with more spray to set.
Combine Good Makeup Colors.
Needing a splash of confidence to carry but wearable at a plethora of occasions, from important dinners to official functions. The right makeup can draw attention to your eyes as the fringe ends right at the brows. A pair of falsies, mascara, and deep, well-blended eyeshadow would do wonders. Team up light-winged eyeliner, berry lipstick, a string of pearls, and you're raring to go. Would flatter duskier skin tones and round or heart-shaped faces. Since the hairstyle is voluminous, her face looks sharper and she's rejuvenated a little. This may have been invented in the 1920s, but it's so beautiful, consider it timeless.
Go Marilyn by Adopting Fifties Classics.
Part on your Chosen side, and comb gel to the roots, especially up front, where you need most volume. Start at the front, closest to your forehead. Using your preferred curler, curl bangs away from your face to increase volume. The curls you're trying to produce will start small and round, sausage-shaped. Some of us are blessed with natural hold, curl and it stays curled, straighten it and you've got pin straight hair all day. If you're in that boat, leave each curl while you work at the rest, starting at the front and moving back.
Pin Curl Clips.
If you're like the rest of us, pin curl clips will be your best friend in the battle against slowly-straightening hair. Curling the back is tricky, assuming you don't have a roommate to lend a hand. A flat iron will get those pieces at the back into cute little curls. Once you've curled everything, we recommend waiting for twenty to thirty minutes. Then use the flat iron once again to smooth out your new curls, remember you're not straightening, you're controlling the curls, so turn it when you get to the ends to keep some bounce. Enlist the help of a little spray and you should be camera-ready.
But wait! Don't forget to add thick, ruby red or crimson lipstick and three shades of eyeshadow. Generally a blue or gray will leave you the most Marilyn-esque. To offset any unfamiliar vibrancy, make those eyebrows thick, though not out-of-control-thick, and brown. Once you're done, you should be ready for a night out on the town. But stay away from any Kennedy's!
The Classic Blonde Pixie.
The pixie cut, if done without the client's face shape in mind, can sometimes be too blunt so the concern may be that it may not suit. Feathered ends produce a softer finish, the length at the back and the wispiness of the bangs suits square and round faces by complimenting any angular jaws or wideness of the face. Pixie cuts compliment triangular and oval shaped faces.
The cute blonde color creates a feeling and luster of lightness perfect for different skin tones. Easy to maintain and doesn't need much styling product or many salon visits. The pixie style cut is soft and feminine looking.
Hot Styled, Back Faded Undercut.
Ideal for showing off those cute accessories and embellished tops. It's perfect for showing off your biggest or brightest pair of earrings. Wear emphasized lips, or completely natural, made for showing off those best features. Ultra-efficient fashion, due to the length. You save money by using less shampoo, conditioner, and other products, in addition to saving time on drying and styling. If you love trendy but don't like spending an obscene amount of time in front of the mirror this could be ideal.
How to create:
The foundation of a great style is a great base cut. First time going short? Visit a stylist who specializes in short hair. If you've got a regular stylist, they should be familiar enough with those annoying growth patterns to get the finish you desire. Once you have the cut learn how to style it. It's a simple process: start from damp hair. Put wax into the palm of your hand, (to begin with don't use too much. It's easy to add more), rub your palms together to spread the wax, then use your hands to distribute (using a paddle brush or comb to make sure the wax application is even).
Begin combing from the back of the top of the head and working towards the front, combing in the direction you want (front to back). Begin directional blow drying using your paddle brush, working on small sections. Once dried and in the position you want, use the finishing spray to keep it in place, use the comb to capture and control any fly-aways. You need: Wax, comb, paddle brush, finishing spray, and blow dryer.
Loose Waves and Highlights.
Some think shortness limits styling possibilities, this concern is justifiable with some cuts like this and this. On the contrary, though many styles are fun to work on because of the length, creating volume and texture is much easier and faster to achieve.
This short brown number takes advantage of blonde high and low lights enhancing both volume and height. All it takes is a volumizing product (mousse, leave-in conditioner or spray will do). Try a little bit of teasing near the roots and sectioning. Voila! No limp and flat flyaways here, just a stylish flair screaming sexy! The form is intended to keep the sides and back shorter than on top. By giving the crown volume, you add definition and height. Or try a boyish crop but still retain that all important femininity.
Expose that Feminine Rock Star Side. Edgy Pixie Chop and Ruffled Fringe.
This boyish crop can still show your feminine side with classy fringe draped over the forehead. Bring out your inner rock star with an edgy pixie cut and ruffled bangs and dark hue. Quite bold but when styled the right way it'll be a hit in school or the workplace.
The fringe enriches the feminine touch. Leaving the fringe to air dry will give a softer finish. On the other hand, using wax to set or texturizer will provide a rocker chic look. Overall this design is easy to modify and using the right products and accessories, it could give a different aura. Another idea is short hair with flicked back, sides, and fringe and volume on top. After this is a modern take on an 80's classic.