I finally found a friend who would let me play around with her short hair! Everyone say thank you to Stef for letting me experiment on her 😀

Today we tried out a classic rolled vintage style.

We’ve got plenty of styles to try so if you have any requests let me know in the comments!

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Vintage Rolled Updo Short Hair Instructions
Meet Stef, she has short hair and it totally awesome.
Today we’re trying out vintage style twists.
First divide the hair in half.
Take a small section at the front and begin twisting it upward and backwards.
Take small sections of hair as you twist.
After a few twists, pin it to the scalp.
Push the pin from the back, forward into the twist you just made.
This will make it really secure.
Continue twisting small sections backwards until you reach the back.
If you do it evenly it will almost look like a braid.
And here’s a side view.
Repeat the twisting on the other side.
You can do this style with alost any length hair, you’ll just need more pins.
If it doesn’t feel sturdy, you need to add more pins.
At the back, pull the last part of the hair up.
Curl it around and then pin in place.
Hairspray any loose ends of leave them down for a fun messy look.
Special thanks to Stef for being my awesome model/victim for the day.
Don’t forget to check out Stef’s health and lifestyle blog Read Shop Cook.
Her link is in the description below.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the bog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!

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