Hi lovely people,
I am Katrina from Muffin Top Vintage :)
Urban Butterfly recently did guest post for me when I was concentrating on my dissertation so when she recently asked me if would like to do a guest post on her blog, of course I said I would love to return the favour.
So I was trying to decide what to write about and I knew I wanted it to be something vintage inspired to fit in with Urban Butterfly's blog.
I thought I would share my way of creating a vintage hairstyle, I set my hair in the evening then go to bed. The rollers I use are soft so I find them really easy to sleep in.
What you need:
Soft rollers (Granny type)
A tail comb
Section your hair in four parts with the tail comb, then spritz with the setting lotion. I decant my setting lotion into a travel spray bottle, as it is easier to use.
Then divide each section again but into six sections, or four depending on how thick your hair is. Take each section and wrap it round the roller leaving about 4/5 inches gap from your hair.
The reason I do this is I find if you wrap it too tight it can look too modern, however that’s just my personal choice.
The put on the hair net and go to sleep.
When you wake up simply take all the rollers out and brush through with a flat brush then pin the sides up. I like to have an off centre parting and then I twist the hair and push it forward for little bit of body.
If you have any questions please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you have a lovely day and please feel free to pop over to Muffin Top Vintage to say hi. http://muffintopvintage.blogspot.com/
Ciao for now
Love Katrina x