Let’s Celebrate! The New Book Create Vintage-Inspired Wedding Hairstyles!

Create Vintage Inspired Wedding Hairstyles

I have been thinking about writing this vintage wedding hairstyle book for many years and I am very excited to say that it is finished and in the hands of my book printer! It is a step-by-step guide to styling classic hairstyles for any special occasion including weddings, proms, and formal events.

I am so excited about this book! It was such hard work, but I am so happy with the way it turned out and I can’t wait to get it back.

I was working frantically to finish it in time that if anyone wanted to ask for it for Christmas, it would be available. You can order it now and it will ship as soon as we have it in our hands, or you can keep an eye on the blog and I will let you know when we have it.

It really is a must-have tutorial book for professional hairstylists, diy brides, and any other woman in need of a retro updo for a formal event. The book is filled with step-by-step instructions for 29 beautiful, formal hairstyles inspired by the forms and silhouettes worn by women from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. The styles are fresh, modern revivals of the glamour and romance of these time periods.

It is jam, packed with so much information…

  • Ideas on how to choose and design a vintage wedding hairstyle
  • Tools and techniques like hairnets and hair sewing for creating long-lasting updos
  • Vintage finger wave techniques for long and short hair
  • Elegant vintage bridal hair ideas using classic elements like pin curls, victory rolls, beehives, and pageboys

I could keep going on, but I am so tired that my brain is shutting down quickly. 🙂

I’ve posted pictures of the inside of Create Vintage-Inspired Wedding Hairstyles on the webpage, so you can see more info. Please go take a look!

On a side note, here was one of the vintage wedding hairstyles I was inspired by when I was writing this book: 1920s Wedding Look. I just love the way her hair hugs the side of her face.

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  1. Congrats! Looks like it will be unique, useful and top of its class like everything you do. Thank you for sharing your research, knowledge, techniques and artistry!

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Welcome to the Bobby Pin Blog! I am Lauren Rennells and as a hairstylist, makeup artist, writer, and generally artistic over-achiever, the Bobby Pin Blog is my outlet for thoughts and research about vintage hair and makeup trends and how to recreate them today. Thank you for stopping by!

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