Vintage hairstyles for long hair are still a show-stopping look. These pin-up worthy looks were worn by stars then and still are, seen in variations on Dita Von Teese, Katy Perry, and Gwen Stefani. Retro looks can be worn girl next door or on the more sassy side. These victory rolls worn half up half down are a great way to get the hang of retro hairstyles. Check out these pictures of vintage hairstyles for long hair to find the look for your hair.
Blunt bangs are a hot look going into fall and are simply transformed into “Betty bangs.” Long bangs cut straight across the forehead are curled under so they hit just above the eyebrows. Hair is parted in the center and pulled half up into swooping victory rolls. Of course, this look needs to be paired with strong eyes, arched brows, and a bold red lip.
For a softer look, victory rolls can be styled worn looser with gentle curls . With smaller rolls and sans bangs, this is a vintage meets modern look that works with lots of different fashions and styles.
Vintage hairstyles for long hair aren’t just for straight hair! For a girl next door hairstyle, try this easy half up half down hairstyle with wavy or curly hair. Hair is parted just off center and hair is pinned to have the same silhouette as victory rolls. Height at the crown adds a hint of sass to this otherwise totally sweet look. For more retro looks, check out these rockabilly-inspired bandana hairstyles.