23The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD, and he delighteth in His way.
24Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down; for the LORD upholdeth him with His hand.
25I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken,
nor his seed begging for bread.
Today’s style from “The Importance of Being Earnest” is one I’ve wanted to do for a really long time. I love this film! There’s lots of witty one-liners, pretty costumes, and quirky characters. Just a note, I’ve only seen the movie on my family’s ClearPlay dvd player. Based on some reviews I’ve read, there are some brief moments that are not family-friendly.
The number and arrangement of the curls change between scenes. My tutorial is based on this image. This style also works for short hair. If you have much shorter hair, you might even be able to use all your hair to make it into an updo.
1. If you want, you could make your hair wavey like the movie version. I dampened my hair and french braided it just to be different; you could also use bandana waves. Twist and clip the sides with a flat barrette.
2. With a teeny little section, make a pin curl and pin it flat above the barrette. I pinned each curl with two U-shaped pins in a criss-cross. Some curls were rebellious and got three pins.
3. Make a total of five little curls. Don’t worry about covering the barrette; we’ll fix that in the next step. I did this tutorial based on my memory without seeing the screen caps. My curls should have more of a curve to them.
I don’t have any, but I think this would be really pretty with a bunch of little flowers scattered throughout.