1940s Faux Bangs by Fleur de Guerre

A part-time pinup girl and full-time Forties enthusiast, Fleur de Guerre shares her knowledge of vintage and provides lots of authentic vintage & retro fashion inspiration, plus styling tips & tricks, events and other fun stuff. Here is a great video of her showing how to create faux bangs that were so popular in the 1940s.

Fleur is exceptionally skilled and truly has a knack for what she’s doing. She has styled for a number of photo shoots and here are some pictures:

Model Sinderella Rockerfella, and we shot at a Hot Rod garage in the depths of Bedfordshire.
Miss Mink, the Pinup Poet

Miss FanTeasy, burlesque star and owner of some seriously luxuriant tresses!

Top top it off, she’s a model as well. Click here to go to her gallery, otherwise here are a few of my favorites:

Pictures by John Evans, Tobias Key, Damon Allen Davison, and Paul Godfrey respectively.

2 thoughts on “1940s Faux Bangs by Fleur de Guerre”

  1. Fleur is truly an inspiration – she has great taste, is talented and super pretty! One of my absolute favourites when it comes to vintage blogs (btw, she´s also lindy hopping 🙂 )

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