Throw Back Thursday~Hair Ye, Hair Ye!

 Our apologies for the delay in this Thursday’s post. Miss Trisha passed the ball to Corrina and she dropped it. So here we are late in the evening “throwing” the ball back into play.

From the 1920’s to the 1970’s hair has taken quite a trip in fashion. From slicked down and close to bushed out and fluffed up. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane.

All images courtesy of my Pinterest Board
Brought to you by Corrina L. Hunter~Fashion Eye for SensaFashion

Rock-A-Billy Hair

I love doing my hair in a Rockabilly style. I separate the front center part then twist and push it up in the center. I pin it criss-cross with two bobby pins and then pull the rest of my hair back and tie it off or clip it. Then I get out one of my MANY bandanas and pull it up and around and then tie it off. I add one bobby pin on each side to keep it from sliding then spritz it all with a dab of spray.
Great for summers or when I haven’t had a chance to wash up my locks or when I am just feeling lazy but want to look cute!
Here are some of my Rock-a-Billy Hair styles

And here was my hair today!

and the one of of me in the car with my girly glam glasses

As I am sure my sister Corrina would comment, hair doesn’t have to be hard to be fabulous!  Right sis?


2012 New Year’s Eve~ 1940’s Style!

So we sit at the threshold of a new year again. But this year instead of looking into this past year, we take you back to the 1940’s. Follow along with a peek into the past…






 From head to toe, these women knew how to turn heads and accessorize.
As you may have noticed RED, BLACK & WHITE were favorite colors.
Thank you for joining us on the little venture. 
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Vintage Hair Styles

When it comes to hair, fashions have changed drastically and frequently. Our Miss Trisha has captured the elegance of vintage hair styles quite beautifully. 




As you can see, big waves, rolls and curls were once a huge hit. 
With so many of our styles going Retro, Miss Trisha is off to a good start.

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Or stop by Trisha Trixie’s SensaFashion Website 
to learn more about SensaFashion!