I came across some AWESOME setting patterns on the web yesterday. I was on the computer almost all day, (just addicted really) and I have narrowed it down to my favorite diagrams.
~This authentic Lauren Bacall setting pattern is from a blog, but i cannot find it! Please contact me if you have any information so i can rightfully link to it.
I really like this. Very fast, simple, smooth and easy! Oh yes, and so old Hollywood!
~ This is also an set pattern from the 40s. I like this one (i did it last night) because it says that it looks good on girls with long faces (like me). It made my eye length modern bangs look like an honest to goodness retro fringe, although i prefer to do it with a flat iron because my pin curls were not consistent in size. I also ALWAYS add more curls to the back because i have pretty thick hair and i just like some more in the back. And you cannot from the picture, but there are two wonderful pin curl waves. (one on each side because the two top rows on side curl forward and bottom row aims away from face. I sport them right now as i type!)
~This Glamorous style is much like the picture below. I cant wait to try it! I just LOVE pin curl waves. It will take a little work and a little gel to get my bangs to stay back but i think i can pull it off!
I do not know who this is but as soon as my hair grows out a little, i am so doing this!
Isn't she just divine? and glamorous? and, oh heavens, just beautiful?
Also, be sure to check out this awesome fringe/ bang wave by CLICKING HERE to go to Snoodlebug, a vintage blog with lots of inspiration.
Lisa shows how to go from this:
|Lisa of Snoodlebug Vintage|
Isn't it wonderful? I tried this the other day and i am doing it again!
what about you? Done any super sets lately?