The majority of the hairstyles adopted during the war years involved lifting the hair from around a woman's face.
A minority of styles took this idea to extremes as shown on this page. These styles seems to have been adopted by girls in their teens and early twenties. I would guess that the average age would be about twenty. Styles with this amount of excessive lift involved time and effort; an anomaly during these years when practicality was paramount . Some young women plainly thought the 'look' was worth the time and effort. Photographs such as these prove it.
Photo above by Wells of Lancing
Above dated about 1943: Age about 19 years old Estimate: born 1924 ± 3 years