Hairbands & turbans

turbans, harbands, bandanas

Hairbands & turbans - a must have of Rockabilly accessories

A hairband knotted on the head is the fashionable epitome of the 50s and belongs to every authentic 50s style. And there is nothing more practical on a Bad Hair Day than a hairband or a turban. But even with a perfectly fitting hairstyle, our hair bands with different patterns and colours are a "must" for the perfect "Rosie the Riveter" look. Our turbans create a sophisticated 20s vintage style. So that everything fits really well and nothing slips, our hair bands and turbans are all invisibly reinforced with wire. Our tip: Hair bands & turbans work with any hair length, even with short haircuts.

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How to tie hairbands and turbans in vintage style

 

The most important thing first: hairbands and turbans in authentic vintage style are tied from the back to the front or top. The ears are slightly covered, so that about half the ear can be seen with hair bands, with turbans the earlobes are sufficient. The inner wire allows you to easily twist and shape the hairbands and turbans. You don't need any extra hair clips and everything stays in place. All day long. I promise.


Rockabilly hairband: tribute to Rosie the Riveter

There she is with her red and white Polka Dot hairband, the dynamically rolled up shirt sleeves and the "We can do it" slogan - Rosie the Riveter. She has shaped the image of the working and independent woman since the 1940s - and the typical Rockabella style. She was originally an invention of US war propaganda and was intended to motivate women to work in the arms industry. Riveters were "Nieter", who screwed planes and other war vehicles together. The hairband protected the hairstyle from dust and dirt.        

 
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