10 Glamorous Wedding Updos that You Will Love - HairPush
Whether you are preparing to go to a wedding, an updo is a simple, quick and easy way to get a glamorous hairstyle without going to a lot of trouble.
Victorian Updo Wedding Hairstyle
Victorian Updo! We spotted this pretty + pulled-back victorian updo hairstyle and we love the look. It's perfect for a vintage wedding, don't you think? ...
Iconic 1920s-inspired Hairstyles
The 1920s introduced and iconized some of the most classic hairstyles to date. Known for short updos, bobs and waves, you’re sure to find hair and makeup inspiration from this iconic period.
Vintage Style Hair Draping Pearls and Rhinestone Flower Features, Anita. Featured in Elle UK
DETAILS PRESS LOVES: Featured in Elle UK Wedding Blog & TV3'S Xposé Such a vintage inspired style this wedding headpiece has two rose features at either end delicately encrusted with crystals. The Anita headpiece can be ideal if you're not planning to wear a veil as it will add interest through the back of the hairstyle. The two vintage style rose features are set with sparkling vintage style rhinestones and are set to either side of a draping double spray of Swarovski pearls in 4mm, 6mm…
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74 high-quality Art wallpapers to download and use! Customize and personalise your desktop, mobile phone and tablet with these free wallpapers! Multiple sizes available for all screen sizes. 100% free!
Evolution of Hairstyles: 1930's-1940's
Hairstyles have constantly been changing as well as clothing since the beginning of fashion! I'll show you the hottest trends in American hair from the 1910's up to the 2000's. After the new millennium, hairstyles have merged and been reused from older times so I won't include them. Here are the best examples... The 30's As their hair began to grow out from their bobs in the 20's, women created new hairstyles for longer hair. They kept the finger wave look but looser for longer hair. A curl…
This is an old photograph of a young African American lady posing for the camera on a Winter's day. There is nothing to identify this lady or when or where this photograph was taken. My guess is that this was sometime during the late 1920's or early 1930's.
We Had Faces Then
A gay man of a certain age and a certain sensibility searching for meaning in the flickering images of classic Hollywood. IG:@erinmatthiessen_wehadfacesthen
10 Reasons Why You Should Date an Artist! - Lori McNee - Fine Art & Tips
Artists are compassionate, have an unmistakable zeal for life and can find beauty in almost everything – quite the catch […]