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Today on the blog, we’ve taken to YouTube to hunt down the best vintage-inspired hair tutorials on the web. For any bride doing their own hair, this is a great way to practise and prepare.
The best vintage-inspired hair tutorials on YouTube
Fifties Marilyn Monroe-inspired tutorial by Cherry Dollface
US-based YouTube star, Cherry Dollface has earned millions of views for her fantastic, in-depth vintage-inspired hair tutorials. Cute, quirky and classy all in one, Cherry Dollface makes her tutorials easy to follow and copy. My favourite is this fifties-inspired look for longer hair, but I urge you to explore her brilliant YouTube channel and find the look that suits you!
Soft, 1920s-inspired finger wave style
This cute video from Classic Retro Glamour on YouTube is a really fun twist on the typical tutorial. Rather than someone talking you through the various stages, the video is set up like silent cinema – adorable!
Six easy pin-up looks for beginners
If you’re anything like me and you find following tutorials a bit bewildering, or some looks difficult to achieve, then this video is perfect at showing you quick and easy ways to get the vintage-inspired look. Great for your bridesmaids, as it takes the looks step by step and builds on them, this tutorial from Oakoscar100 on YouTube will certainly teach you a trick or two!
Pin-up hairstyles – a three-part series
Sometimes I watch YouTube tutorials and find it frustrating that I’m told to curl my hair and not shown how to do it. This epic, three-part tutorial from burlyqcurlyq shows you every step of the journey in depth and in real time. That way you can pretty much style along to the video without getting lost or confused along the way.
Do you find using YouTube tutorials helpful in learning new styles? Have you had a go at any of the styles above? We’d love to see your pictures and read your comments!