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How to do vintage 1960s beehive hairstyle the easy and quick way!

Permalink 10/16/11 10:30, by admin, Categories: Uncategorized

How to do vintage 1960s beehive hairstyle the easy and quick way!

Hair Stylist: Johnny Lavoy

 

The 60s beehive hair style is a perennial favourite.

It's chic, elegant and lots of fun! Very madmen.

Many years ago I posted this video by Johnny Lavoy on vintagehair livejournal and many people found it useful.

I thought the video was taken down. But I'm so happy to have found it again!

The way Johnny does it: quick, simple and easy to do!

 

It can be summarized into these quick steps:

1. section front hair and clip.

2. pull rest of the back hair into a high ponytail, then backcomb and tease the hell out of the ponytail and hairspray.

3. smooth slightly, then wrap the teased ponytail into a loose bun and secure with pins.

4. Tease/backcomb the front hair section and hairspray.

5. lightly brush and smooth the teased front hair over the back section and secure with pins.

2 comments

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11/09/11 @ 02:56
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adminThank you for your kind comment.
I wish I have more time as there are lots more vintage hair information I want to post.
11/26/11 @ 15:09

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