Super Kawaii Mama — aka Candice Deville — is a maven of mid-mod fashion in Australia, and she recently prepared this video showing us how to create a simple vintage style hair roll up do. The video is mesmerizing. Not only is Candice’s skin perfect and her Australian accent so alluring, but the video step-by-step actually makes creating this vintage hair style look pretty easy. My hair is long enough. And I think that Missouri Michael’s will be soon, too. See all of Candice Deville’s YouTube tutorials here.

  1. LOL Pam! You won’t believe this, but I got it trimmed up this weekend and got rid of the curls. I had to have my driver’s license renewed, and didn’t want to have 6 years where my picture had long curly hair!

  2. nina462 says:

    A few years ago there was a product called the Topsy Tail? And it was a big plastic needle that helped you thread your ponytail (like she’s doing). So, if anyone needs help-you might look for that item to help.
    I used to have the long hair to do this. Now it’s shorter, but I can still do a french twist (another classic–very madmen!).
    Is there anything about snoods???

  3. Lara Jane says:

    So funny that you posted these because I added a whole bunch of tutorials to my favorites on YouTube just a couple of weeks ago!

    I appreciate SKM and all the others out there willing to demonstrate hair and makeup techniques. Very cool of you.

  4. Oh thanks so much Pam! I’m very flattered to be linked here. 🙂
    Let me know how this style works out for you as I’m always interested to see whether what I reccommend is translating for people.
    Keep and eye out for a new basic retro makeup tutorial in the coming week too. 🙂

  5. carole says:

    I’ve never known how to do the front part, but I have a tool that helps to flip the ponytail through. I’ve had it for years but haven’t used it in forever. A very 40s style!

  6. Jen says:

    I just watched one of her videos a few days ago, trying to figure out how to do pin-curls. She is quite talented . . . and beautiful!

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