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In this Make up video, make up artist Glitterdollz7 shows you how to create a Rita Hayworth hair style.
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Right okay and Rita’s hair was typically from a side part and it had lots of volume at the front so it was kind of off her face and then came and cascaded curls down here, so I'm trying to do the same thing.
Loosen it with your fingertips. Her—quite deep to the side. Rita’s curls were as tight as mine. It was more like that kind of curl instead of the—
So I'm gonna be doing the Rita Hayworth inspired hair look. This one is going to be patterned in the same area. So I'm just going to use this brush. I want to take from the pattern to my ear and I'm going to take just a section at the front, just so it falls behind my ear. What I want to do is back on this section. Okay I know it was kind of crazy. But the reason you need to back—because you need a foundation for the hair to curl around, otherwise it’s just going to be too soft to fall out of place.
She had quite a few hairstyles, she had this one when it was two rolls and then her hair down. She had the wrong way, it was two rolls and it looked like the one I just did. So roll this into a loop and kind of pull this section with you. Pull it back and just put the pin straight down. And that’s—it hasn’t held it so what you're going to do is cross over that with a pin, with this one and that will hold it in place. So I mean is, in case you don’t really get that—if you just put a pin in like that, it sometimes doesn’t hold but if you cross one over it, it locks it into place. So that’s what we need to do now.
I haven't practiced this by the way. This is just me doing it now. So if it looks a bit rubbish, it’s because it’s my first attempt. This side I think is going to be harder. So if you get it smoother out—smoother into a little—there. There you go, it’s not perfect but it’s all right for a first attempt. If I was doing this for a party or if I was going somewhere, you know if it was fun to dress up, I just wanted my hair like this, it’s quite cute, I would probably spend a bit more time on it but I'm just showing you a general idea. So if you just take in that first section, if it’s already curled, that is, take the first section, just pull it out, smooth out so all the curls that you’ve just made, they’ll go in a one big one, get that and then just roll it in and then take the rolled section, pin that in and that—shouldn’t need pinned. If your hair is very thick and heavy, then you might do, in which case, just take a little pin and you don’t want to see them. The worst thing happening is when you see all the pins in hairstyles. So if you get it—take the pin like this and fold it nice, just need a tiny—of it. —there are big pins that you can get and they're very thin but they're just like that and they’re specially made to hold hair in place, not actually kind of grip them, which is to lightly pin it so you can't really see any of the grips, so that one—
There you go. I hope you liked it, 40s hairdo, just need somewhere to go now.