Kitten Kaysera is one Davoom woman dubbed The Pink Lady of Hollywood. She’s a Texan who moved to Los Angeles as a singer and now she is a Hollywood Icon dresses from head to toe in Pink! Kitten found me on Instagram and loved a little pink straw tilt cap I did for Spring Summer and so I just had to get it to her. She wears it in her PopSugar Beauty video and rocks it! Here’s a photo of her pairing the Pink Tilt Cap with a dreamy pink tulle dress. Be sure to watch and fave the video for some great beauty tips from The Pink Lady of Hollywood.
The newest fascinating hat to hit my shop is a super cute pinup inspired hair comb. The 1930s/40s style is new in a Fascinator style.
Here I styled it with a 1930s inspired up do. It goes on easy with the Haircomb attached on the bottom. Notice how it dresses up just a black tank. You can also wear it with casual to Cocktail dresses or pencil skirts. And even though it’s vintage inspired wearing it with a sleek modern look gives you a wonderful accessory.
Off to one my fave places wherever I may go, the Library. My big seam flare jeans with yellow t-shirt, black sweater hack & black HM Jacket hack with my comfy black suede mocassins.
For a casual blustery day, I put my hair in a ponytail mid way up and chose a warm Shetland Wool Plaid hat in navy, black & burnt orange to keep it cute & cas. Fun caps with a sleek style are great to throw on when the weather is windy and funky plaid colors add a nice winter playful attitude. The nice colors warm up the skin too. I created this hat from a commercial pattern about 10 years ago when I was first learning to make sewn hats. I made several since for peeps. Thinking about creating my own pattern with a bit more vintage style. Fashion caps are great way to add hatstyle in winter instead of beanies.
Looking forward to Spring Fancy Hats, I am inspired by vibrant colors with beautiful pops of whimsy of florals & ribbon. The 1940s gave women such fem frills for the head. Here are some Tribute & Inspo.
All are vintage ads & catalogues.
I like styling my hair. The vintage styles require hairspray. My fine light locks can get dirtied by sprays. Therefore, here are my rules for using hairspray:
- Use it lightly
- Don’t layer
- Spray on hands and run through hair
- Turn head over and spray a bit
- Use a spray that smells good
With this in mind, I use Schwarzkopf Ultime Shine Hair Spray. I get lots of promo products but only those I like and use make the cut. This spray fits my rules. It’s a nice styling product to use for curly looks. Give it try and let me know how it works for you.