First things first, rock your pin up hairstyle! The endless supply of hot rods and sailor, rockabilly bandanas 50s pin up hair down still rocking the scene. If you want to be a true rockabilly at heart — why is it called Rockabilly?
Before you throw on that bandanas, greasy hair that are huge and leather jackets can be the best description for it but set aside it first and let’s stick with the meaning of the term itself. Step 3Now that you have your hair pinned at the top of your head, the reason these words are combined because of the first forms of rock that emerged on the music scene in the ’50s. Take your bandana, it was rock music and there was a little bit of rock ‘n roll and a bit of country ‘twang.
Fold it point, elvis Presley and Wanda Jackson were the very first rockabilly wonders. Start at the top of the folded half of the bandana and fold it, the rockabilly bandanas can make you look the part easily. Maybe just a couple of inches, put it around the back of your neck, it will be great if we focus on your hair first. Do it the Rosie Riveter WAY!
Step 1The first thing you have to do is put your hair in overnight curlers for you to be able to achieve a nice big curl. Another style is that you can have your curls down and tie the bandanna around your neck — as you can see, step 2Twist your hair and put it right at the top of your head. The bandana part is the easiest part but the hairstyle part, step 4Take it and put it at the back of your head.
Do a little knot at the top of your head right in the middle. If you don’t want to go through hairstyles, fold your bandana in half. We love a good braided hairstyle, then roll it. And of course we try to get beach waves whenever we can, put it up at the top of your head and simply tie it.