hair Tutorial

Introducing: Rockabilly Socialite TV

8:00 AMDollie DeVille

I had mentioned before when talking about my blog changes that I would do some tutorials and I wanted to let you all know that I made good on that promise. Last month I filmed two highly requested hair tutorial videos: one on how I do my wet set and the other on how I brush it out. I had refrained from doing tutorials because there are already so many out there with the same information and also because I am not a professional. People still continued to request it, so I finally did it. It wasn't as hard as I was thinking and the response has been tremendous! Everyone seems to like them and say they were helpful and inspirational. I was afraid of YouTube trolls, but so far I haven't had to deal with that. I guess it will come with time. In the process I also learned a few things, like that I need to turn the volume up on my microphone. We had it turned down too low because we are always filming loud live shows. We film a ton of band videos, so I hope to share that on my YouTube page as well.  

In case you haven't seen the hair tutorials being promoted on my Facebook page, here they are for you: 

How I Wet Set My Hair Using Foam Rollers:

How I Brush Out My Wet Set: 

I hope you all enjoyed the videos. I think I will do a few more in time, so I am taking requests for the next ones. Let me know what you want to see in the comment section below!


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  1. This is great! I love reading your blog. You seem to have traveled quite a bit, where do you think the best place is for the rockabilly lifestyle?

  2. Would definitely love to see how you do some of your more detailed styles like your 60's beehive and swirl bangs when we met up at Great American Steakhouse to see the boys play. I was in total awe at how you styled your hair with not one bobby pin in site! Also, most of your 40's styles are out of this world, would love to see how you put those together.

    Thanks for doing these videos love!

  3. I know I've said it before but I love the way you've edited the videos, so simple! I keep saying i'm going to post video tutorials but have yet to pluck up the courage as i'm pretty shy!! and I don't know where to start with editing. Which software did you use to edit yours? Would love a kick in the right direction. Keep up the fabulous work, really loving the new blog changes. Christine x

  4. Love your vintage and old Hollywood inspired fashion and hairstyles, very Marilyn Monroe. Stop by our Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle blog


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