Video tutorial on how to tie a headscarf 1940s landgirl style. If you've ever wondered how to get that Rosie the Riveter headscarf look, here it is.

Video: How to Tie a Headscarf 1940s style

Video tutorial on how to tie a headscarf 1940s landgirl style. If you've ever wondered how to get that Rosie the Riveter headscarf look, here it is.

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.

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

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

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