Vintage hairstyling lesson!


Hey Portland gals, there's FINALLY a fabulous vintage hairstyling workshop you just can't miss! Kristin Behlings, vintage hairstylist extraordinaire, will teach two vintage styles, and by the time class ends, you will have a beautiful coiffure for a night on the town!

The event is sponsored by myself, Alyssa of Period Perfect Houses, Julie of Fab Gabs, and The Beauty Bar!. If you've never been to The Beauty Bar, you are missing out, it's adorned in powder pinks and baby blues, with striped walls, and hood dryer chairs for lounging with a cocktail! Perfect setting for hairstyling and drinks if you so choose :)

The session is only $20, and trust me, Kristin's knowledge is worth every penny and more! (She did this hairstyle on me a few months back). This would make such a fun girlfriends night out :)

I would love to see you there, it's going to be fabulous! But buy your tickets soon, space it limited!


jungleworldcitizen said...

I wish I could attend! :)
I hope it all goes well,
have a beautiful Saturday!


Rebecca Jean said...

Man, I wished I lived in Portland!

♥ Rebecca Jean
Midnight Maniac

Stephanie Lynn said...

Portland sure seems like the place to be! Looks like it would be worth a day trip (if only I could drive there in a day.....)

Rina said...

I agree with Miss Rebecca and Miss Stephanie. Portland does seem like the place to be, and I do wished I lived there!

Stefanie Valentine said...

This sounds exactly like my cup of tea, I wish I loved closer!

pumps & luiers said...

wow, that sound so fun - which they had in Belgium too!!!

OldFashionAllies said...

Ah! I wish I could go! :( I'm sure you'll have a blog post about it and then it's like I was there! Have fun!

Take Care,

ct said...

I LOVE your blog. However, I'm 47, and as much as I love vintage, I think it just ridiculous on us older ladies.
But, I also think I look alot like you (only much older) so I can live vicariously through all your cute looks!!!

Unknown said...

ct, remember, when the vintage wasn't vintage - plenty of ladies who were 47 found tons of lovely "age-appropriate" things to wear. I don't plan on every giving up vintage, and I have many friends in their 40's who still wear their collections. There are things out there for you!

Adventures in Dressmaking said...

Ooooh, I would LOVE to go to this but I have a Regency era day and dinner to go to...
How fun, I'd love to see pics! I actually know Kristen through a friend of a friend (and another friend) and would love to learn from her sometime. Keep us posted if you do this again!