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Vintage Rolled Hair Style Instructions
Today’s style is a simple way to do vintage style rolls using the DIY hair sausage I made.
Start by separating two smalls sections of hair at the front and pinning away your fringe.
This is my sausage.
Place it on the back of your head and roll down to your neck.
This will make sure it’s in the right position.
Fold up the rest of your hair over the sausage and tuck it inside.
This style works better with hair that’s a bit shorter than mine so it’s easier to poke in.
If you have shorter hair, you can just start wrapping from the ends but I can’t reach that far.
Roll the whole thing up to the back of your head.
Pin it in place.
Add some hairspray and smooth any loose ends.
Grab one of the side pieces and pull it backwards.
Twist it so it follows the line of the roll.
Hairspray and pin!
If it’s not puffy enough, just tease it a little and smooth in place.
Do the other side too.
You should get something like this.
This style looks great with either a straight fringe or a side swept deep part.
As far as accessories go I like to drape a strand of pearls across the top and poke them in the ends.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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