5 Vintage Hairstyles Making a Well-Deserved Comeback

5 Vintage Hairstyles Making a Well-Deserved Comeback

Looking glamorous isn’t just for Old Hollywood starlets or red carpet celebrities. Anyone can rock a uniquely vintage look! Master these styles and make everyday your runway, or go all-out with a professional ‘do for that spring wedding or your next special event. These five styles are making a comeback this year — try one or all of them at the salon!

1. The (Faux) Bob

No need to chop off your locks to master this iconic 1920s style. Get the short look while holding onto your current length! Simply curl your hair as usual and pin the curls inward. Not enough time to complete the full faux bob? Slip on a headband and tuck your curls into it at the nape of your neck. Voila! Instant 20s chic.

2. Victory Rolls

The 1940s brought countless chic pinup looks. This classic half-up, half-down style was (and still is!) among the best. All it takes it some wizardry with a curling iron, a few pins, and some hairspray to transform your everyday aesthetic into vintage glam.

3. Boho Braids

Braids are a quick and easy way to jazz up your hair, whether it’s naturally straight, wavy, or curly. You can go for a single braid or multiple. Try mixing and matching with braids of different widths, or add even more personality by pairing with your favorite headband.

4. Glam Curls

We all know this iconic look — deep side part, sleek shine, thick and uniform waves. Add volume by lifting your roots with mousse while it’s still damp. Pair this hairstyle with a bold, red lip and you’ll look the part.

5. Finger Waves

This 1930s favorite is surprisingly well-adapted to modern times. Strong-hold hair product, pins, and a comb combine to create subtle texture with minimal effort.

While many of these looks can be recreated at home, there’s nothing quite like a visit to the salon. Visit Pinup Salon for a tailor-made vintage look of your own! While you’re at it, schedule a cut or color for a complete makeover.