Wonderful video and very authentic 30s waves. This shows exactly why most women in the day had their hair set in salons weekly, maintained it themselves at home but then went back for re-setting. There are a lot of tutorials about waves and ‘easy’ techniques, but they never get the ‘real’ look of the 30s correct. To really get an authentic wave it takes time and multiple steps, which is captured beautifully here.
I blogged about this here as well…the curling first and then setting the waves after using brushing out and then wet setting techniques.
Not much to say except…I love them. Some of them are almost works of art in themselves, especially the ones for Munsing Stockings.
Just a reminder for all my readers that are fans of Art Deco design and the fashion 1920s and 30s, I have several boards full of my favourite visual collections over at Pinterest that I add to on a daily basis. You are welcome to follow me there also. Enjoy :)
Art Deco design and Beauty
Art Deco Patterns
Vintage Hair – 1930s
Vintage Hair – 1920s
Art Deco Home
Vintage Shoe Love
Vintage graphic design & advertising
Some beautiful 1930s inspired outfits in the new collection. So happy to see high-waisted, wide-legged pants making a comeback. LOVE all of these elegant styles!
Some lovely items this month: 1940s soft linen dress, lots of 1940s and 50s earrings and an amazing pair 1940s brown cord shoes.
* All items linked back to the Etsy shop
I have noticed lately that there are quite a lot of repro 30s/40s styled frames popping up in different shops. I recently bought a white framed pair from Dotti of all places. I love the look of 1930s rounded/ovalish sunglasses with celluloid frames and have collected quite a few pairs over the years. The white frames ones are my favourite (seen below worn by Bette Davis – and LOVE her outfit). Glad to see this style coming back as mainstream fashion as I really do detest the oversized sunglasses that are popular at the moment.
* Taken from my other blog