If you fancy classic hairstyle, then you may be familiar with the pin-up girls of the 1950s, which were called rockabilly girls. Bettie Paige was one of many examples of girls with fabulous rockabilly hairstyles, particularly due to her classic curls. There were various styles of pin-up girls of the 50s. This hairstyles allowed them to pull off their hair volume and shine as well as bring in more accents such as bows and flowers. With the emphasis on shine and accessories, the pin-up hairstyles were so famous as a classy and cute hairstyle.
These days, thanks to hair serums and curling iron, every girl can achieve that very hairstyle readily without necessarily detaching the authenticity of the style.
Short bangs can be great enhancement to the original pin-up hairstyles. The rockabilly styles of the 50s had short and curled bangs. They achieved that look by cutting the bangs on the eyebrow.
By letting the hair air dry till it gets slightly damp, you can then add a serum in order to smooth the hair then use barrel hair brush so as to curl the bangs underneath.
Afterward, you need to add heat with a hairdryer and continue curling your bangs underneath with the barrel brush.
In order to finish the look, you should create a tighter curls by using a smaller brush and then firmly hold your hair with the bristles.
Well, basically, rollers can also work well for adding curls to the bangs. Once your hair is dry, curl it around the roller and then pin it in place.