Below is a tutorial by the lovely Iris. She has many wonderful videos on youtube, check them out! Aren't her false lashes killer?! I've got to try them again some time. Further down you'll find a vintage pinup style makeup tutorial!
I do a lot of "hair twirling" in my updo's at work. For proms and weddings I usually use hot rollers or the curling iron before I wind up the locks to be sure they'll stay all day.
If you don't have long hair, don't despair! Scroll on down!
This is my hair in the front, but in the back I'm wearing a faux curly pony tale clip. I just wad my hair up and put in the jaw clip. Divide pony tale in a few sections. Roll up and pin. If you have trouble finding a hair piece to match your locks and you're unsure about which shade to get, rule of thumb is to always go a bit lighter than the shade of your natural hair. I'm lucky here, it matches perfectly. But I've since colored my hair a brighter red and can't wear it right now! : (
But when I could, this do would take about 10 minutes, really!
I bought this clip at Sally Beauty Supply. It's a Revlon brand. If you like you can splurge and go for a human hair piece and have it dyed to match. I have several pieces and they are so fun, fast and easy. Even if your hair is super short, the bandana will conceal that.
Here's that pinup look tutorial by the adorable Amy. All of her videos are marvelous as well. Shoot, I just like to listen to her talk!
*****YOU CAN DO IT!*****
To learn more about the original Rosie, check out this blog.