Just because you have chopped off your long tresses and are wearing your hair short, it does not mean that you have to maintain one single boring style. The novelty of freshly cut style wears off soon and you feel all gloomy, because you do not have your long locks to play around with. Well everybody's not Princess Rapunzel you see, so don't fret over having chopped off your hair. Today we will give you some groovy pin up hairstyles that will not only look good but are just as good for short hair. Read on to find out more. The classic bandana look One of the easiest pin up hairstyle for short hair is the bandana look. The bandana look was popular in the 70s and is back again. So you can indeed work with the bandana look. This is quite a simple hairstyle and all you have to do is remember that the front part of your hair should be done up nicely. You can either have bangs over your forehead and if you are the kinds who likes to keep the forehead clean you can create a hump and fix it with bobby pins. Just add some stiff hairspray on and you are ready for a night out! Make sure that the bandana stays in place by using bobby pins on either side of your hair. The pin curls look Craving for a retro look? Well, you can achieve it with great success with your short hair. It will indeed make you look like an actress most of whom used to wear their hair short in the 1940's. To achieve this look, you will need curlers and a nice decorative barrette. With the help of curlers, curl out your hair at night. Make sure that you do this the night before you intend to wear this hairstyle, for it takes some time to get it done and thereby letting it set. Once you remove your curlers you will find that there are nice and crisp curls in your hair. If you are heading out for a party, just make a parting on one side of your hair and put in a nice and colourful barrette. This is just one idea, but once you hair is in nice curls you can wear your hair in different styles. In fact curlers work wonders in short and medium length hair because they are able to hold the volume of the curls.
The classy act If you want to have a retro yet classic hairdo that you can even don at work, go in for the crochet knit look. You can curl up your bangs in two parts and flip them over and make them stay with pins. The front end of your hair should sport two humps, one at the middle which should be a bigger one and the other at the side which can be a smaller one. All you need to do then is tie a pony tail, twist in like a bun and put a crochet net over it. Depending upon your mood and the place you are visiting, you can choose the colour of the crochet net.