Marcel Waves and Finger Waves Hairstyles of the 1920s
This doll-faced 1920's beauty Nancy Carroll is the definition of classic beauty, with her smoldering eyes and her flawless skin she radiates beauty. And I absolutely love her hair, its beautiful, and so inspiring! :)
Marcel Waves with barrel iron | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Jason Wu Spring 2013 Odile smoothed Kérastase Elixir Ultime Oléo-Complexe into hair for a glossy, wet texture, then made a deep side part. After sectioning off the hair just before the ear, she sculpted the front portion into a finger wave that added a ladylike element to the look.
Carole Lombard was gorgeous, and on top of that she was lucky enough to be married to Clark Gable.. so sad that she tragically died young.
Bebe Daniels with the most gorgeous finger waves in her hair and typical silent siren makeup. Silent film actresses would often try and flatten their brows and elongate them so their faces seemed more melodramatic as all the acting in silent films relied entirely on expressions due to the obvious lack of speech.
Going along with the bobbed hair cut, women of the 1920s would often style their hair with tight waves, called the "marcel wave".
The perfect big wave, inspired by the 1930s marcel wave, perfected by @kasia_fortuna. Link in profile now lovelies. Photography by @mandjphotos, shoot coordination + styling @laurajeholden, makeup @melkmakeup, pink gown by @maidstomeasure #lmdbeauty