Friday, 15 March 2013

DIY: Vintage Bob Tutorial




Dress~c/o Traffic People/ White tights~Primark/Floral socks~Primark/Patent shoes~Topshop

 Step 1~ Grab your first hair sausage
Step 2~ Wrap the bottom few inches around the sausage
Step 3~Beginning rolling upwards, wrapping your hair into the sausage
Step 4~Once you've rolled to just underneath your ears hold the sausage tightly and gently spread your hair to both ends.

 Step 5~ Pin the top and bottom of the sausage at both ends, until it is secure.

 Step 6~ Now you should look nice and lopsided! So, then do exactly the same on the other side.

 Step 7~Now you should have something that looks a little like this. And that's it, all done! Easy Peasy :)


Hello lovelies!
I hope you enjoyed this little tutorial I made, I've been toying with the idea of getting shorter locks recently and so I have been testing different styles of a short crop. I thought I would share it with you girlies, incase you wanted to give it a go too. The hair sausages are from Primark and only cost £1 each, so are very easily accessible!
Today was laundry day, a little boring I know. So, instead of just sitting around watching my clothes whirl around and be cleaned, I decided to have a cheeky photoshoot whilst my sister and I waited. This lovely little pinstriped dress was a gift from Traffic People, I was lucky enough to preview their Spring/Summer 13 range for the magazine and was offered a piece of my choice.(The article is here if you'd like a little peek). I thought the dress I chose would be perfect for Spring and I love the contrast of blue and yellow.

Hope everyone has a great weekend!




12 comments:

  1. You look great either way :)

    nancywilde.blogspot.com

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  2. this is a brilliant idea. I've been toying with the idea of a bob myself, but don't think I have the right hair-type. so cute though :D

    http://meggymoo0.blogspot.com

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  3. omg!!! how adorable are you!!? great tutorial!

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  4. How cute is this!
    Jillian - http://epic-thread.blogspot.com

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  5. woah! at first i'd thought you'd cut your hair off! that's actually so cool!:) now following you xx

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  6. Lovely tutorial and hairstyle!

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  7. very nice sweety! your blog is very lovely and interesting. im glad if you visit my blog, too <3 keep in touch!

    xx
    beauthi.blogspot.com

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  8. Oh I've just seen you're following my blog, thank you :) It's a great idea, even if I obviously can't do it :)

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  9. I've just spent ages browsing through your posts, I love your blog! This dress is just awesomely cute too - love it!

    Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog, I'm your newest follower :)

    Jo x
    www.woobered.com

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  10. I'm in shock! I didn't know that it makes like that. really useful information, thank you a lot

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  11. Hiya, thanks for the follow on twitter.
    Your blog is really cute :)
    Quick question how long did the style last, I mean did the sausages stay put?
    Thanks
    Katrina xx

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