Women’s Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (Pictures)

This time I want to draw your attention to women's rockabilly hairstyles to try on this 2015 year. I've got some of the best pictures to share with you. As you all know, rockabilly is one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music and it seems to me, this year is a comeback of this look. You can try on these great coiffures at weddings, proms, various parties and summer nights. Why do I love this look? For its refined elegance, youthful touch and glamorous details which make it very special. The following collection consists of amazing retro updates with massive volumes, controlled curls and polished finishes. Hope you will like this compilation the same as me:

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (1)

Keep attention to this front bun with slicked locks. It's an ideal look for those ladies who wish to try on something glamour for their cocktail parties and special evenings.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (2)

Victory rolls will always make you look stunning. That's what I call 2015 must have!

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These side rolls make me crazy. I love the pin up touch of this gorgeous lady. She lets me think of something retro and sweet.

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We see one wavy victory roll with slicked up hair. I love this look as it reminds me of sea wave. TRy it for creative events.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (5)

Messy poof rock hairstyle is ideal for rock and roll parties. It looks ideal with leather jackets and leather pants.

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Faux hawk pixie with poof front and slicked sides is another option for you to try this year. It looks awesome on ladies with heart and diamond faces.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (7)

How about making a wow effect with this 1940s rolled front hairstyle. Looks vintage and extremely creative.

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Big roll updo is another great way how to update your individuality. Use this hair for prom nights, as well as at weddings, being a guest.

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Victory roll updo looks vintage. I love it for its versatile appearance. You can try it from discos to proms.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (10)

As you can see front big roll is an ideal option for red long hair women. There is kind of pin up touch, right?

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Voluminous 'do with pinned back sides. Looks sleek and modern. You can wear it from day to nights.

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Updo with the hair backcombed is an ideal option for special nights and events.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (13)

Poof updo with sleek sides allows you to show off your beautiful earrings.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (14)

Straight locks with front rolled pin up fringes has the pin up update that allows you to make it sweet and youthful.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (15)

Soft poof updo with back wavy locks is another great way how you can make yourself looking awesome.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (16)

The following hairstyle comes with poof bangs and combed back sides. Finish the look by adding white scarf with black dots, making a kind of sweet pin up touch.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (17)

That's a rocking updo with front roll where the sides are slicked back. I love the edgy make up which is both modern and sophisticated.

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Combed up blonde pixie with neon green and red highlights has a real punk style touch.

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Bump up updo with sleek sides is great for proms and thematic parties.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (20)

Sleek updo with poof up front hair can be updated with glamour make-up.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (21)

That's a wow effect hairdo. Use blow dryer to make such voluminous look.

Women's Rockabilly Hairstyles 2015 (22)

Frisky victory rolls with wavy long locks is a retro looking style.

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Here we see a combed back voluminous bob with mid parting. Can't say for sure, but this one reminds me of a devil look.

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