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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. The style is named for the aerobatic maneuver and World War II support efforts in general. 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.
Victory rolls are classified as a hair updo.
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