1950s Hairstyle with Blonde and Brunette Tone
The 50s was the decade of post-war adjustment with the omnipresence of more conservative and secure time. On the other hand, women had plunged into the workforce for the very first time during the war period and were expressing themselves in a more assertive and novel way, socially.
Most of women’s hairstyles of the 1950s were so daring and conservative, which were reflective of both of larger societal trends.
The conservative look was created to appear popular by some American stars, such as Lucille Ball, while Marilyn Monroe’s style was much more representative of the more daring look of the 50s.
In order to create a poodle cut, the reminiscent of Lucille Ball, you can simply learn the pin curl. Just choose a chin length cut as well as shorter layers right around the face. Y
ou can wash your hair and then let it air dry. Then work your styling gel all over your hair from the roots to the tips. Next, you need to section the front part of your hair by creating a single part on both sides of your head using the rat-tail comb.
Also use the hair clip to pin this particular section away from the remaining part of your hair. Next, you should gather your hair yet the front section and smooth the hair into pony tail.
Work with few small sections of your front part hair. Wrap each section in a spiral pattern.
In order to finish the look, you need to pin each curled section with hair pin. Also, pin the middle part of your curl, so the ends become loose.