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Big Hair, I Don't Care

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Lately, many of my outfit pictures haven't been appearing on my blog. I guess I've been having too much fun this summer to stop for pictures! A few weeks ago, I did get pictures of this outfit before going to Grant's Farm here in St Louis with my kids and mother in law.

vintage 1960s plus size casual style and bouffant hair via Va-Voom Vintage


1960s bouffant hair via va voom vintage

I've been living in comfy knits and big 60s hair this summer with new headbands that I made for my shop! My new favorite beauty product is dry shampoo. A little teasing and dry shampoo can't be beat by the rainforest humidity of St Louis.

 1960s plus size casual style and bouffant hair via Va-Voom Vintage
 1960s plus size casual style and bouffant hair via Va-Voom Vintage
For the past few months, I've been a guest blogger over at The Glamorous Housewife. I recently shared how to make sparkling raspberry lemonade, how to make a cleaning schedule that works for you and how to make this simple mesh beach tote from an old tee shirt.

 Check out all of my guest posts at The Glamorous Housewife.

Outfit
headband- made by me
top- Target
capris- Family Dollar
wedges-thrifted
mesh tote- made by me

6 Responses to “Big Hair, I Don't Care”

  1. Adorable outfit! You always rock 60s looks something fierce!

    ♥ Jessica

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  2. The 60's looks really suit you.. gorgeous. xx

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  3. I never, ever manage to get my hair look this high and awesome when I back-comb like you've done here. I think it's too long and heavy - frustrating! You look great - I love a simple capri and stripe top combo and the hair just tops it off! CC x

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    1. The magic is in the padding! My hair will never back-comb that high either so I used a mesh bun form. Mine is the snap in the middle kind from Hot Buns, you just pin in place and comb the hair over the top but you could also use a regular bun form cut in half. I backcomb the hair and spray the under-side so the hairspray and texture helps it stick to the mesh

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