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The Look: With the beachy waves we’ve been seeing on the catwalks for many seasons now, this billowing style at Marc by Marc Jacobs set a new standard for curly hair. The voluminous ringlets paired with a mini pompadour looked fun and playful, and admittedly “a little crazy prada replica bags ,” said hairstylist Guido Palau, who cited a 1940s-era uptown girl as his inspiration.
Get the Look: After prepping strands with a volumizing mousse and blow-drying hair, use a one-inch curling iron around the entire head and pin each curled section to the scalp. Once cool, unpin each curl and gently brush hair out with fingers and a boar bristle brush for lots of volume. Draw a deep side part, brush back the top section, sweep it over the forehead, and pin it in place. Finish the look with a hefty blast of hairspray to smooth the surface and set the style. For a little less volume, Palau recommended creating looser curls for a more grungy than pinup effect.
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The Look: With Jodie Foster circa Taxi Driver as the muse, hair at Bottega Veneta was both supremely elegant with a smooth crown and romantically soft with brushed-out curls. “The key to these curls is the amount of product you use,” revealed Palau, who recommended being more liberal with the sprays and foams for this look.
Get the Look: Prep hair with a volumizing mousse and roughly blow-dry it using fingers. Then create a deep side part. After safeguarding strands with a heat-protecting spray, curl small sections with a half-inch curling iron, or get looser curls by working on larger sections with a bigger curling iron, starting two to three inches down from the roots. Pin each curl to the head and let hair set. Then unpin each section and rake through it with fingers and a boar bristle brush to create volume. Finish by sweeping the top front section to one side and securing it in place with a bobby pin.
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The Look: Thinking of the “perfumes, colors, and sounds of Bhutan,” hairstylist James Pecis created deep waves that fell from a smooth crown at Just Cavalli. The result was flowing curves that were both strong and sensuous.
Get the Look: First apply a volumizing mousse to hair, then blow-dry it with a paddle brush to minimize frizz. After crafting a center part, take large sections of hair, blast them with hairspray, and weave each section around an oversized U-shaped pin in a figure-eight formation. Hold each section in place with a clip and run a flat iron over it to set the strong waves. Once cooled, remove the pins and shake hair free with fingers and a large-toothed comb. Complete the look with an anti-frizz serum to eliminate flyaways and a shine spray lightly misted at the top of hair “for an unexpected boost that reflects the light,” Pecis said.
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The Look: At Rochas, hairstylist Eugene Souleiman said he wanted to create a new kind of curl that he described as Hollywood meets minimalism. “The front is very groomed, almost masculine, with a side parting, and then the style progresses to much wavier hair,” he added.
Get the Look: After creating an extra-deep side part near your temple, apply a beachy spray to the top half for a matte texture and flat-iron strands through about a third of the way down for a sleek finish. To create the tightly wound loops, wrap big sections of hair around a small curling iron, then immediately stretch them out for looser waves. Finish by slightly rumpling curls with fingers for some deliberate frizz.
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The Look: “I was inspired by the heroines of Stanley Kubrick and Hitchcocka slightly quirky ’50s woman!” said hairstylist Nick Irwin of the va-va-voom blonde wigs he made for The Blonds. “The hair still looks set, but it’s been put through its paces so the result looks sexy and dishevelled.”
Get the Look: Add grit to hair by starting with dry shampoo. Then set each section with hot rollers and hairspray. To amplify the curls, blow-dry strands using a diffuser and low heat. Brush out curls while adding more dry shampoo for what Irwin described as “a powdery, wiggy texture.” Then back-brush hair sporadically for maximum bulk. Once you’ve achieved your desired shape, lock it in place with hairspray. If you have long or thin hair, Irwin suggested first tying a section of hair at the nape of the neck into a knot. To mimic the bob shape, pin the hair up, after curling it, using the knot underneath as an anchor.
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