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Instead of how-to guides, your best bet is to look up YouTube tutorials. That way you can follow along with them and physically see how they’re doing it instead of reading a guide.
I found this link for you that contains eight easy retro hair tutorials:
I also found this great hair/make-up combo tutorial that you may enjoy:
And here is one for just make-up:
I’ve never been short on volume in my hair, so I’m going to recommend some articles:
First I would recommend trying a volumizing shampoo and hair product to start your hair off. If you use conditioner, only add it to the ends so that you don’t weigh down your roots. (You can read the rest of the steps here: How to Get Volume in Hair - Volume Hair Tips - Cosmopolitan).
Despite what some people say about backcombing, it does help create volume. If you do backcomb, or are interested in starting it for hairstyles, here are some ways to maintain your hair to make sure it stays healthy: How to Keep Backcombed Hair Healthy: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
I found a helpful link on Pin Up Girl Style where there are several different methods suggested: http://www.pinupgirlstyle.com/group/vintage-hair/forum/topics/tips-for-really-thin-hair
Sorry I can’t give any personal tips, my hair has quite a bit of volume so I usually never use any product. :(