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Gorgeous Glamour: 1940’s Inspired Wave

If there’s one look that will never go out of style, it’s the 1940’s inspired wave.  Made iconic by actress Veronica Lake, this look remains timeless.  While it may have been tweaked and refined over the years, the deep set part and smooth undulations create a look that exudes sophistication.  Today we see these curls regularly on the red carpet, a favorite by celebrities channeling old Hollywood glam.

Feeling inspired?  Check out our tutorial to create these waves at home.

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