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8 DIY Retro Hair Trends for Spring

Are you looking for some fun & new ideas for your hair this Spring?  We have found 8 DIY Retro Hair Trends For Spring. From beehives to finger waves and everything in between, these gorgeous vintage-inspired hairstyles were seen all over the runway this year. You will definitely be on trend with these beautiful Retro Hairstyles!

Keep reading after the jump to view 8 DIY Retro Hair Trends for Spring!

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  • Beehive 1 of 8
    Beehive
    Who knew that using a loofa could create this beautiful Beehive Hairstyle?
    Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess
  • Double French Twist 2 of 8
    Double French Twist
    A bouffant hairstyle that crowns any outfit with an elegant vintage vibe.
    Get the tutorial at Fashionising
  • Victory Rolls 3 of 8
    Victory Rolls
    Feel like going retro? Watch this rockabilly hair tutorial from Sam Chapman.
    Get the tutorial at Channel 4
  • Pin Curls 4 of 8
    Pin Curls
    Pin curls create those classic hollywood waves.
    Get the tutorial at A Ruby Red
  • Rockabilly Hairstyle 5 of 8
    Rockabilly Hairstyle
    All over the spring 2012 catwalks, was this Rockabilly Hairstyle.
    Get the tutorial at Fashionising
  • Twisted Updo 6 of 8
    Twisted Updo
    Twisted updo is super easy to do, and a big hit for Spring/Summer 2012!
    Get the tutorial at Fashionizers
  • Head Wrap 7 of 8
    Head Wrap
    This head wrap is one that implies the woman who is feminine but tough.
    Get the tutorial at Fashioning
  • Messy Beehive 8 of 8
    Messy Beehive
    A super quick up-do, and messy rather than perfect.
    Get the tutorial at Wish Wish Wish

For more hair inspiration, we share 10 ways to wear the twist

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