May I present to you my very latest YouTube exploit? This time, it’s my very, very long-awaited guide to Victory Rolls!
This quintessential 1940s hairstyle was (apparently) named after the manoeuvres performed by victorious planes at the end of World War II, as they celebrated beating Jerry! You could see rolls on everyone from film starlets like Betty Grable, performers and everyday girls on the street. Once you’ve mastered rolls, you can use them in all sorts of hairdos, and, as promised, as soon as I finished this, I whipped it up into an updo, the video for which I’ll edit and post next week.
But enough waffling… here’s the video. The resulting pair of rolls are not the best I have ever done – it’s a bit ‘pointy’ at the top… but the technique is the same as I’ve used for more successful outcomes!
Don’t forget to let me know what you think, especially if you find it useful. Any questions I receive in the comments will be answered in this post, which I will edit and update periodically.
I hope you enjoy. 🙂
What a terrible screengrab… off to see what other delights OneTube can offer me.
Toodle pip for now!