SerafinoSays decided to re-post “Old Things Are New Again” to remind our readers to send in your favorite hair styles that the fun of nostalgia. Although they say all things eventually come back in style. SerafinoSays would love to have you submit old photographs of styles that may dispute this claim.
“Don’t scare the baby”? How could anyone scare a baby when she was clearly wearing the most fashionable hair in the year 1972. I could possibly argue that my Aunt’s sense of style and fashion helped to inspire me to become the hair stylist that I am today. Clearly the bow in my hair demonstrates the beginnings of my passion for hair.
Want to be inspired? Here’s how to achieve “All Things Old & New” in 2011…. Read more
PS. If you notice the bump in the belly that was yours truly kicking to get out!
I like to call it “The Bang, Bump and Flip”. How fitting that the entry would be none other then my Mommy. Back in the day she would start with Dippity-Do setting lotion, a set of rollers, soft bonnet hair dryer, teasing brush (repeated until you lost the circulation in your arm) and an entire can of Aqua Net Hair Spray.
Are you inspired? Want to achieve this 1971 Style? Here is how…. Read more
“Follow The Yellow Brick Road”
Scrunchies, banana clips, crimpers…… Oh my!
If you followed the yellow brick road in the 80’s your hair never left home without a can of mousse, teasing comb and a little round brush to roll your fringe. Mindy Y (image above) perfected the look in 1986.
Here is how you can “Bring It Back” in 2011…… Read more
Not everyone could achieve hair like my Daddy did in 1966. It took serious perseverance, dedication and finesse to achieve the perfect roll in the front of ones hair. The chops…not so difficult. Less facial hair to shave in the morning meant that much more time with perfecting the roll.
Here is the secret how to create the perfect “Chop & Roll” circa 2011….. Read more