Rockabilly Hairstyles - Our Top 20
Lock'n Roll: Rockabilly hairstyles from classic to modern
More than just a styling trend with retro flair, rockabilly hairstyles - like the whole look of the wild 1950s when Elvis rocked the stage - have never really been out. The music of the time always had its fans, as did the magnificent Victory Rolls, as the big, uniform curls were called. And also the famous "Betty Bang", the round short fringe made danceable with tons of hairspray and sugar water - both just can't be killed! Luckily, rockabilly hairstyles are simply wonderfully feminine and are still among the absolute trend hairstyles today.
Rockabilly: trends and origins
Rockabilly hairstyles are about more than curls and hairspray: because the real revolution came from the music, which was downright scandalous at the time. It originated in the southern states of the USA, where young white musicians discovered "black music": This is how rhythm & blues met country - and developed into rousing rockabilly. This was the starting signal for the whole wave of styles and looks that this music style brought with it.
Rockabilly - between Betty Bang and Petticoat
Rockabilly hairstyles are extremely versatile and multi-faceted. Just like the classic, thick curls, the so-called victory rolls, the bobbing ponytail is clearly one of the Rockabilly trend hairstyles. Artful updos were and are also typical Rockabilly, as are the accurately laid water waves and the short, round fringe, the Betty Bang. What should not be missing from rockabilly hairstyles is the hair band or bandana: whether colourful or plain, whether wrapped around the knot or behind the hair to tie back the curls - the hair band belongs to rockabilly like Bill Haley, Elvis Presley or Jonny Burnette!
Rockabilly styling tips!
A typical Rockabilly hairstyle with a hair band or bandana is to tie the knot on top of the head or to have it sit on the side. It is best to fix the hair band with bobby pins, otherwise it is simply impossible to avoid it slipping during wild Lindy Hop or Rock'n Roll. Should it still lose its hold, it can be quickly wrapped around the wrist as an additional accessory. Another important accessory is a good toupee comb or brush to create that breezy height at the top of the head or nape of the neck. In the past, curlers and the like were used to create the curly lengths - today this is much quicker thanks to straighteners and curling irons! And what no rockabilly styling should be without: bright red lipstick and a beautifully curved eyeliner!