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Thursday, 14 February 2013

Vintage Valentine

Well happy Valentines day! I hope you've all had a lovely romantic day?
My husband bought a beautiful handmade card from Papyrus it is really lovely with two cute little felt fox's on it!
lovely card from my lovely Husband!

My Lovely Valentines card from my gorgeous Husband! 

I thought I would share some vintage valentines that I have found on line. Some are not what we would send today and others are really sweet!

Which is your favourite of these lovely old cards? I really like the one with the vegetables on it!
We also have some of my favourite chocolate's to eat and some bubbly too!

So Happy Valentines Day all my fab vintage lovelies!

Thanks for reading, love Doris xxx

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Bettie Page - A classic vintage hairstyle!

Bettie Page was a famous and controversial model from the 1950's.  She is now remembered for her iconic hairstyle with her short fluffy fringe (bangs).

Bettie Page

In the vintage and rockabilly scene many girls rock the Bettie bangs!
If you decide to go for the chop when you go to the hairdressers you need to ask for a short u shape fringe (bangs).

Bernie Dexter - modern pinup model


When styling this short fringe I use a curling tong to curl under the ends and then comb through.

 Here are my Bettie bangs

Alternatively if you don't want to cut your hair but you'd still like to have this look sometimes you can try a "bumper bang" / faux bang style.

This is where you take the front your hair and curl it under either with pin curls, rollers or curling tongs. Then back comb underneath and brush it into a forward roll. Now  pin into place at the sides tucking the pins in at the sides.

Here is a fantastic tutorial for the bumper bang hairstyle by the fabulous Jenn over at A Vintage Vanity!

I hope this has been helpful in you deciding on this style!
Thanks for reading,
Love Doris xxxxx