Dita Von Teese
is known for looking perfectly put together at all times. This fact is even more impressive because her style not always easy to recreate. Her lovely 'do may be gorgeous, but it can also be time consumptive. To begin make a deep side part. If you want a real retro experience you can roll wet hair on plastic rollers and sit under a bonnet hairdryer or take it late 20th-century and use hot rollers. Start at the top of the head along the front hairline. Take a two-inch section and roll it back, parallel to the hairline. Then take the section directly behind the first roller and roll it back at a slight angle toward the ear ensuring that the end closest to the face touches the end of the first roller closest to the face. Next take a two-inch section behind the first two rollers and place it vertically with the end closest to the face touching the end of the second roller. These first three rollers should create an arc. The remaining hair can be rolled downward vertically. When hair is set, mist with a medium hold hairspray or spray gel. After rollers are removed, brush the curls out with a natural bristle hair brush. Brush back the hair along the front hairline and use your hands to help position waves along the face. What's a little effort when there's so much glamour involved?