Rockabilly hairstyles come in all shades and styles. We’re looking at some favorite rockabilly hair tutorials featuring pinup, rock, punk, and grunge styles.
Rockabilly hair is a growing trend that is still topping style charts everywhere. There is so much to choose from when it comes to styling your hair in the rockabilly era and styling couldn’t be simpler. Punk girls love grunge hairstyles, pin up girls tend toward Bettie Bangs and Marilyn Monroe curls, and the rest? Well, they just like to show a little attitude.
It used to be you needed 1000 hairpins to pull off these intricate rockabilly looks, but not anymore! We’re using videos in 5-minutes or less to tell you how to get the rockabilly hair of your dreams.
Things you will need:
A teasing comb
A curling iron
Without further ado, here are some of our favorite rockabilly hairstyles.
If you've ever felt confused when staring at a pack of hot rollers, you're not alone. This tutorial clears up the confusion and gives you classic Marilyn Monroe style curls. This style works best with short to medium length hair. Don't forget the red lipstick!
Love the shaved side -part look but aren't willing to lob off your locks? This faux side shave tutorial shows you how to fake it all while looking like a rocker goddess. Rock and roll originated in the 1950's as a mix of blues and country music. Over time, this classic genre turned from country-bumpkins to head-banging rocker chicks. It's time to let your hair down and get on with this rocker girl hairstyle.
This rockabilly hair tutorial is for the girls who want Bettie Bangs without chopping off their long locks. Rockabilly is a great style that offers plenty of variety with your hair, rockabilly clothes, and makeup! This tutorial by Vintagious couldn't make it any easier to get a Bettie Page look.
Grunge is defined as a stylishly unkempt look with mismatched clothes and a rebellious attitude. Copy some amazing grunge/metal hairstyles with this fun video. This grunge rockabilly hair tutorial features 80's teased hair and intricate braiding. Don't forget to use plenty of hairspray.