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Marilyn Monroe Inspired Hair Tutorial – Video

Marilyn Monroe Inspired Hair Tutorial
Marilyn Monroe Inspired Hair Tutorial

Though I’ve been letting my hair grow out, I was a little envious when Erica did this Marilyn Monroe inspired hair tutorial on Christine. Why didn’t I do this hairstyle when I had the chance, with my several years of short hair?! Of course, if Erica hadn’t done a demonstration for us, I may not have realized how easy it was to recreate. Sometimes (key word) these retro hairstyles are easier to style than they look — you just need to see them in action, first — and this one is a particularly modernized, unfussy approach to her signature waves. If you’ve ever dreamed of having Marilyn Monroe hair or you just want to be wonderful, please check out our Marilyn Monroe inspired hair tutorial video below!

Marilyn Monroe Inspired Hair Tutorial Video Credits:

Hair: PinMeUp Hair

Video and Editing: Dan Owens

Boss Lady / Creative Director: Holly Wang

Model: Christine Cameron

 

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6 comments

  1. Delilah says:

    This video is amazing! Cannot wait to try this out to my hair, thanks for the share. Keep up the posts.

  2. Helen says:

    I’ve been loving all the hair tutorials on your blog lately, Keiko! I never would have realized how easy it is to pull off this hairstyle otherwise. I’m going to take advantage of my hair still being a bit short to try out this tutorial.

    -Helen
    http://www.sweethelengrace.com

    • Keiko Lynn says:

      Thanks so much, Helen! If you try out the tutorial, please share a photo – I’d love to see it!