I love retro glamour. I think it's a fun way to play dress up, no matter what age you are! I didn't intend this hair style to be reminiscent of Veronica Lake but that's what most of you described it as so Ms. Lake inspired it is. I hope you enjoy the tutorial and remember, it's all about brushing out the hair!
By the way, the Babyliss hot rollers I used can be found at Flat Iron Experts, non-affiliated link here: http://www.flatironexperts.com/Babyliss-Electric-Ceramic-Ionic-Hot-Roller-p/babhs40c.htm.
I had the very same set in high school [minus the nifty, useful new pull-out stand] and it was well-loved by both me and my twin sister!
Hera HD Foundation in 23
Guerlain Meteorites Pressed Powder in 3
Shiseido Natural Brow Pencil in Natural Black
Le Metier de Beaute Kaleidoscope in Penelope
Dior Matte Bronzer in 002
Chanel Rouge Allure in Desinvolte
Chanel Graphite [LE]
Geo Tri-Color Grey from Pinky Paradise
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