Vintage Glam


December 5, 2010
Let me say, this photo shoot was definitely one of my favorites. The location, dress (which is my grandma's wedding dress) and model were all beautiful! I loved creating this 1940's look. For the hair I went with a classic chignon low in the back, dressed up with fingerwaves and pin curls on the sides. For make up I did a softer red lip color with a strong cat-eye and strong brows. The way women wore their hair and make-up was so classy back then! Thanks again to Amber Weimer for the pictures.











8 comments:

  1. Amazing! How do you get those curls so flawless? You can even see any pins!

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  2. That's the magic of black bobby pins and a lot of hairspray!

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  3. incredible! everything about this is magic! steph, your talent is breathtaking. ::hugs::

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  4. This is so incredible! I found this on Pinterest...I want to have my hair styled like this for my wedding!

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  5. it's gorg! I want a tutorial for this hair!

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  6. where was the location of this shoot? it's gorgeous!

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  7. Just got here from Pinterest. Was your grandma's dress homemade? It might interest you to see the pattern I think was used. :) https://www.etsy.com/transaction/87615854 Well done on the hair, and well done using the courthouse in Provo. It's a lovely shoot.

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  8. My hairstylist is trying to recreate this hairstyle for my wedding. What tips/advice would you give? Any specific steps that are key to making this work?

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