For Women: The fifties look was often achieved through arduous process of pin curling and rollers. How can I create modern version of a retro
do without all of the hassles?
Dennis: Use a medium to large size curling iron and curl the entire head (given the style you would like to achieve). Tease the hair, form it
into the desired shape, spray it with hair spray, and then you are good to go.
I have long hair and would love to create an elegant retro up do for an upcoming social occasion. Do you have any quick and easy suggestions?
Dennis: Curl the hair with a medium iron, then tease and pin into desired shape. You can accent the style with a decorative head band or
some interesting hair pins.
Crew cuts were a popular retro style for men. Is there such a thing a modernized version of this style today?
Dennis: The crew cuts can be modernize by making the lines softer. I would suggest you speak to you professional stylist to see who can synchronize
that you look with your character.
I have a very thick head of uncontrollable hair. In the fifties, most guys used grease to help to tame their locks. What products can I
use today, that will make my hair manageable, but not weigh it down or make it appear greasy?
Dennis: there are a wonderful array of gels and soft pomades out there for men that did not exist in the 50’s. I would check out thee type of
products made by TIGI Bed Head and by V05.