PART 1: Pretty, Polished, Playful Pin Curls!! A 1950s Hairstyle Tutorial

Wanna learn how to get a vintage 1940s/1950s hairstyle?? Then join me for this pin curling tutorial to achieve long-lasting, beautiful curls that are ultra-easy to fashion into a classic retro style! Here’s a list of what you’ll be needing: – comb – wire bristle brush – double pronged clips or flat bobby pins – hairspray – time!! (the curls take a while to form and will need to set a minimum of 7 hrs.) Optional: – spritzer bottle with water – gel or setting lotion – end papers – hairnet or scarf Thanks for watching!! Be sure to watch Part 2 for the styling technique!! Have fun curling :-) This was a request made by akajinny from my “Authentic 1950s Makeup Tutorial” video – thank you Jinny!!! Hope you enjoyed! *Royalty free music: “Mister Capone” by Alex Khaskin License purchased from
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Loc Hairstyle tutorial: Curls using “Loc Knots”

I wore my loc knots to my Gayle King interview this week and she loved them! Wait….you didn’t know I was going to be on the Gayle King radio show?????? You need to follow my Twitter, FB or blog!!! This is a very cute style that works on various hair lengths and best of all is 2 styles in one! When you unravel the loc knots you get beautiful curls, similar to pipe cleaner curls but without pipe cleaners! thank you Karen and Natsha for showing me this style! Also thank you Msned12’s “curls for locs” tutorial Loc Knots using just one loc Let’s keep in touch!

HAIR: How to get Vintage Style Curls without Heat!

Hey everyone! OPEN THIS INFO BOX!!! This is how I achieve the curly hairstyle, I was wearing in some of my videos! I do not use any heat to achive this look! Check out how I do it! Thanks to all my old and new subscribers!! I honestly appreciate you and love you all! Also, I wanted to thank a few lovely ladies on here who are such an inspiration to me and such a great support! Subscribe if you haven’t: Avery: Milly: Deniz: Maria: Daisy:
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