Victory rolls

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Victory rolls are a women's hairstyle popular in the 1940s, characterized by voluminous curls of hair that frame the face.[1] The style is named for the aerobatic maneuver and World War II support efforts in general.[2] Victory rolls are closely associated with the pin-up look and achieved using hairspray and various backcombing, rolling, pinning, and curling techniques. More recently, this style has seen a particular resurgence in vintage-era theme parties and on the swing dance scene.

The led to the similar suicide rolls hairstyle of the 1950's.[3]

Victory rolls are classified as a hair updo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BBC Three - Hair, Laura's Victory Rolls Hair Tutorial". BBC.
  2. ^ "So THAT's What That Hairstyle Is Called". HuffPost. 2015-12-10. Retrieved 2019-02-14.
  3. ^ "Upright Suicide Roll". vintagehairstyling.com. Retrieved 28 February 2019.