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Glam Rock/Rockabilly Trend

Lauren Salapatek | April 19, 2012 | 1:04 PM

Glam Rock is inspired by the Pin up/Rockabilly trend from the 1950’s; an iconic time when rock ’n’ roll was born and young people stepped out with a new, bold edge. The hair is curled, rolled, polished and pinned. Below, Surface has put its own twist on classic hair styles reinventing the Pin Up/Rockabilly trend for a modern and fresh Glam Rock style.

GLAM ROCK (Female)
Hair: Jackie Yochim, Surface Hair and Visions Salon & Spa
Make-up: Pamela Warden
Photography: Kevin Hogarth
How-to: Blow dry hair with mousse and a round brush. Next, create large 2-inch curls and set them away from the face with hairspray. Use Surface Push Powder for backcombing and hold. Roll, polish and pin away the hair from the face with Surface Shift Shine Wax. The look was finished with a light mist of shine spray.

GLAM ROCK (Male)
Hair: Jackie Yochim, Surface Hair and Visions Salon & Spa
Make-up: Pamela Warden
Photography: Kevin Hogarth
How-to: Starting with dry hair, this look was achieved by working Shift Molding Clay into the hair for texture, firm hold, and matte finish.

Glam Rock/Rockabilly Trend

Glam Rock/Rockabilly Trend

Glam Rock/Rockabilly Trend

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