Wednesday, 16 May 2012

How To Have A Bettie Page Fringe Without Getting Your Hair Cut

The Bettie Page Fringe-so easy

I often roll my fringe under in what I call a "Bettie Page" style fringe. Its a great rockabilly/1950's inspired look and very easy to achieve. Here's a vlog tutorial Ive made showing how you can do it too without having to cut your hair. So you can break out your inner Bettie and still have a long enough fringe for victory rolls and quiffs.



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9 comments:

  1. Fab tutorial. I love a faux fringe- I don't have the commitment for a permanent one, as I often quiff or flick my hair.

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    1. Thanks Perdita. Im the same I would hate to loose my long fringe as its so versatile so this is great

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  2. That was awesome! Nice to see you and hear you. Clever tute, might give it a go, if only so the mums at school can gossip about my new look!!! X x

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    1. Well I like to keep the mums at my daughters school gates entertained too ha ha

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  3. I love this look! You did a wonderful job :) I've just had a go at Victory Rolls on my blog xx

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    1. Thanks Hannah-will pop over to your blog and take a look x

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  4. I love this look & wear it a lot. It's really quick & easy to create a different look. :) x

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    1. It does create a totally differnt look doesnt it x

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