If you've been wanting to try something new with your hair, especially for Christmas party season, why not try a 1930s glamour look. Get the look with some vintage-style waves. The images sent to me by Harringtons Hairdressing were created by applying a setting lotion to freshly cleansed and conditioned hair, then setting on large rollers and drying under a hood drier. But you can also get the same look at home setting on large Velcro rollers, or if with double-barrelled tongs.
How to do vintage wavesStep 1
Apply a setting agent (such as tecni.art pli) to day-old hair to give it ‘guts’ and help set the waves in place. If using hot rollers, use a heat protective spray too, followed by a setting agent of your choice.
Using a Denman pin-tail comb, divide hair into sections (the finer the section, the greater the curl) and wind around Velcro or hot rollers.
Once completely dry, brush hair through using the Denman Classic Brush, creating your favoured wave by moulding hair into shape using both the brush and your hands. Finish with a light hold spray.
Do let me know if you give it a try or if you've got your own tips to add by leaving a comment.