The pin-up girl was introduced to the mainstream in 1944, with the movie Pin Up Girl, that starred Betty Grable.
The pin-up classic style that consists of tightly coiled bangs, pin curls, finger waves and big colorful bows appeals to the male persuasion because it’s a style of innocence — innocence with a hint of bad girl lurking underneath, that is.
You will need a stylist, or your great grandmother, to create the pin-up look just right. For a special occasion, you can accentuate your look with red stained lips and lacy lingerie.
Take a look at these alluring styles.