10.03.2010

Period Perfect Hair Workshop!

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This weekend was the wonderful Period Perfect Hair Workshop with Kristen Behlings! (She's the gal in the second picture, with the mesmerizing hair!!!) The event was put on by Kristen, Julie, and Alyssa, and held at The Beauty Bar. As you can see, The Beauty Bar is a must if you are ever in Portland. You can have a cocktail and a manicure! And it's how my bathroom should look. And they have a photobooth. Eeee!

About 15 ladies attended the workshop, arriving in pretty candy colored curlers and scarves. After settling in with drinks and bobby pins, Kristen taught us a few 1940s roll variations. Unfortunately me and my amateur camera skills didn't capture the finished styles at the end of the day, it got a bit hectic when they opened the doors to the public, but I'll be doing my hair in rolls more often, so you can see those results!

If you missed this workshop, make sure and follow the Period Perfect Hair page on Facebook for future workshop updates.

Thank you to the lovely ladies who put on the event, Kristen for having the patience to teach us, and the Beauty Bar for accommodating us! (The bartenders were awesome).

xoxo

20 comments:

Shallow Mallow said...

oooh brilliant. I'd love to attend an event like that some time. Love your photo booth shots!

delia hornbook said...

Wow that looks so exciting what a fab day out you had. I love the photo's and the hair and makeup look amazing a really beautiful post ;-) dee x

Casey said...

Oh my!!! So envious that Portland hosts such things! ;) It looks like so much fun! Seeing this is making me think I really need to get a trim so I can do a proper middy style again. ;) (My hair has gotten more Veronica Lake length at this point! ;)

♥ Casey

misc-maranda said...

i don't have enough hair for this but it looks so fun anyways! i love the pic with the lady in the green dress getting a curler taken out! priceless!

Aimee Marieee said...

I am seething with jealousy...what a fun looking event! And everyone looks so great!!

Cedar said...

What a fun event! I love the vintage yearbook, now I am going to have to scour some estate sales for one of my own. :)

Kerri @ OldLadyChic said...

Looks like a lot of fun! Such beautiful ladies. I wish we had something like that in florida... I might be the only one who'd attend though.

slovly.com said...

Looks like SO much fun!

Justice Pirate said...

How incredibly gorgeous!!! what a neat place!!

ldylux said...

wow! how jealous am i? love it!

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FoofandFaff said...

Aah, everyone looks gorgeous, wish I could have come! I'm guessing you put the rollers into damp hair to make it curl? Or do you just use some magic product first? :)

Frl. Irene Palfy said...

You are looking sooo Hollywood!! :"o

Q's Daydream said...

Oh my gosh! What fun!

Arielle said...

That is how I wish I could do my hair every day.

the exhausted etiquette (kirstine) said...

I actually went up to austin's beauty bar this weekend, but I'm not sure if theirs is as cool as yours. I've never been during the day to see if they actually have makeovers done there as well as a little cocktail sipping.


xo,
kirstine.

Vintage Girl said...

Gee that looks like fun! My wishes is to own a old fashion salon! My aunt was just down at portland! loved it! All of your hairs looks amazing!!

ihanuudet by fleure said...

Wow, what a nice place to be...i really like the pics and the hairs ofcourse too.You ladies were looking sooooo gooood!

rachel / Red Lips Vintage said...

I have always wondered what the Beauty bar was all about! This is really neat! I'd love to go sometime :)

HisVintageFiance said...

Such a cute 'do you have going on there! If possible, could you explain it a little more? It really looks stunning but the black and white photobooth pics really don't do it justice!

Sara {Sara's Closet} said...

Oh I love it! Just found you through Tip Junkie. What a fun event...it looks amazing =)