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I love a look like this - it reaches out, grabs your heart and get it to beating faster. Much faster. I sometimes wonder what I would say to a woman like this, if by some stroke of good luck I should meet one. "How about those Cowboys" probably wouldn't cut it with her. This painting is titled "Thinking Of You". It was most likely on the cover of a magazine in the 30's.
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How I Style My 1930s Hair - Vintage Gal
At vintage events I often get asked about how I achieve my 1930s hair, so follow my step-by-step guide to find out how to do yours.
muirgil's dream: Photo
Men's Hairstyles of the 1930's - notice the main trait is lots of gel, very smooth on top. Hair is typically parted very straight and precisely then brushed a little backward and gelled down. Another option is to give it a soft wave in the front - this would be more popular for younger men (Tony). Ed would have more free, unkempt hair with no part.
The elegant and elaborate hairstyles fashionable in Victorian times are famous for their beauty. The expression, "a woman’s crowning glory" had its origins dating back to the Victorian Period. But ironically, women's hair during this era of romance and feminine mystery was often severely damaged from the relentless use of hot irons. Hair became scorched and often had an unpleasant odour that had to be masked with heavy perfumes. It was not uncommon to have ones hair reduced to a wool-like…