also, if your hair is too big for this, or your bandana too small (as mine is), try putting your hair in a messy bun, with the bandana around it. it'll save you a lot of time and hassle if you already know you have thick and large hair.
A Rockabilly Updo completes a DIY Rosie the Riveter Halloween costume. Here’s 3 easy steps from celebrity stylist @sarahpotempa 1 Separate the top front section of your hair & tease by brushing hair downwards toward your scalp. 2. Push hair forward to create a bump & secure with bobby pins. 3. Pull remaining hair into a bun & finish with Aussie Instant Freeze hairspray. We’ve linked to our secret for the perfect Top-Knot. Pair with a retro bandana & plaid shirt for your next costume party
Homemade Rosie the Riveter DIY Halloween Costume Idea: My Rosie the Riveter DIY Halloween Costume Idea came from the famous We Can Do It! WWII poster I have in my room and my love for pin-up style models!