Hair Accessories

Hairstyles in the 1940s were heavily influenced by the ongoing war. Women’s hairstyles were often practical and low-maintenance, with shorter haircuts becoming more popular due to the need to conserve resources and time. Victory rolls, which were curled sections of hair that were swept back and pinned in place, were a popular style for both short and long hair. Women also commonly wore their hair in soft waves or curls, often with a center part. Hair accessories in the 1940s included snoods, rag curlers, hair pins, and hair rats. Turbans were popular for factory workers and female soldiers to protect their hair.

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