Hairstyles in the ’50s were shorter, looser and consisted of Victory rolls and pin curls. In short, it was less work and more style!
Considering how easy the 50’s hairdos were to create, bringing them back in 2019 shouldn’t be a task. In fact, going retro in modern-day is the perfect way to stand out.
Whether you’re big on headbands or love flaunting a chic bob cut, there’s a vintage hairstyle for everyone out there. We’ve rounded up five cute ‘50s hairstyles that are sure to give any other hairdo a run for its money. And, if you’re a pro at curling your hair, then recreating the below hairstyles is going to be a breeze for you, we promise.
Gorgeous Gibson tuck
This super cute updo inspired by the Gibson girls is all things elegant and sassy.
A Gibson tuck can be made from a fishtail or ponytail rolled into a low bun placed at the nape of the neck.
Keep your hair centre-parted to make the hairstyle look oh-so vintage.
Rosie the Riveter-inspired headscarf
Hair accessories are currently having a moment in the beauty world. Therefore, we are not surprised with this Rosie the Riveter hair making a comeback.
This classic updo with a cute polka-dot or floral-printed headband can take your retro hair game to the next level.
The easiest way to flaunt a 50’s hairstyle without putting in too much effort is… yes, you guessed it right! Add big curls to your hair and brush them out.
This little styling trick will help you look like you just walked out of a 50’s movie.
Taking hair-spiration from celebrities like Janhvi Kapoor and Esha Gupta, give this vintage hairstyle a shot!
Whoever said you cannot experiment with short hair clearly didn’t see this retro hairstyle from the 50’s making a comeback.
Modest volume, curls rolled all over and a deep side-parting.
Taking cues from the stunning Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, you can totally rock a soft bob and make it look oh-so vintage. Add a cute hair accessory if you like, for added glam.
An unswept updo is where your hair is softly rolled and pinned either up near the crown or on the sides of your head. Piles of soft curls circled around the side of your head is an artistic high fashion way of wearing a 50’s hairstyle with aplomb.
You can also replace the smooth rolls with a bun or chignon, whatever looks better.
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