Holiday Hair: Four Retro ‘Dos from Refinery29

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Holiday season or not, we’re always on the lookout for new hair tutorials, especially when said tutorials are vintage inspired. From curls set with pins and soda cans, to traditional curlers or rags, we couldn’t get enough of these awesome hairstyles by Refinery29. They may be inspired by days gone by, but R29 knows how to bring a modern twist to these sultry styles. Will you be trying any of these wonderfully retro looks this season?

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About Erin

Erin is our resident California girl with a love for everything vintage. She’s the creative force behind Calivintage.com and she’s joined the ModCloth blog team to share her passion for vintage-inspired style, cycling adventures, and silly hats!

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2 Responses to Holiday Hair: Four Retro ‘Dos from Refinery29

  1. Charlotte Dunn 11/26/2013 at 8:47 am #

    I will totally be rag-rolling my hair. Its the best way to get curves. Never tried drinks cans and I can never get the clip waves to set into my hair :(

  2. Georgiana 01/11/2014 at 3:33 am #

    I wish my hair kept the shape I give them with the help of various haircurlers, it works on my fringe (with the help of hair spray) because it is quite short, but never on the rest of my hair which is quite long, it quickly returns to its straight natural form and in humid weather I should forget waves in my hair right away.

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