The pin-up girls of the 50s were known as rockabilly girls. One of many examples during this particular time was Bettie Paige who styled her hair frequently in the classic curls. The different versions of such hairstyle in the 50s allowed them to showcase the hair volume as well as shine.
In addition, it enabled them to pull off their accent such as bows and flowers. The styles were cute as well as classy.
These days, with the use serums and curling irons, these particular classic hairstyles needs less work whilst at the same time achieving the authentic look of the pin-up girls’ look of the 50s. Here is another variety of the hairstyles. Read on and see if the ideas below can suit you.
Along with the curls, the rockabilly hairstyles in the 50s also can be modified by creating a part to one side, then pin a flower such as hibiscus right to the flat part of the hair.
First, you need to part your hair to the side, and then you need to add a serum to your hair, allowing you to achieve a smoothed down style. In the 1950s, most women used to roll their hair in curlers overnight.
Now you can simply user curlers or curling iron, allowing you to create the very style without no time at all.
With the bobby pins, you should push your hair flat on the other side of your head, then pin the flower chosen on the flat side.