Instructions for hairstyle: Wash and let dry naturally until about 60 percent dry then blow dry until about 90 percent dry. Massage in some mouse then brush out with a round hair brush. Next, use a curling iron to curl a section of hair (I did about 9 sections). Release the curl from the iron, roll the curl up with your fingers and pin in place. Hairspray the crap out it (ideally with an eco spray). The curls should pinned be about level with your ears. It's a bit fiddly to do but it doesn't need to be perfect. I curled my fringe with a mini Velcro roller.
After a few hours I took the pins out carefully and brushed each sections with a paddle brush. The giant flower clip in the photo is from Vivien of Holloway. Et Voilà! You're ready to practice your pin-up pout!
I have pretty thick and extremely straight hair so I usually have to leave curlers in overnight (or a couple of days) if I want curls. When I was younger it was also very soft which made it a bit fly away - it's actually better for styling now that I dye it, but always remember to dye in moderation! I was feeling low a few years ago and went blonde for a bit of a change and cheer up - looked great for a few days, then it killed my hair. Took me a few years to grow it back out again. I went too blonde too fast and with too little conditioner. My natural colour is very dark chestnut brown but I like to have it red as I think (and the majority of my loved ones agree) it actually suits me better than my read hair colour. Youtube is a great place to look for vintage hair style tutorials.