7 New Updos Anyone Can Wear
In a hair rut? These gorgeous and wearable styles, inspired by the looks seen at Fashion Week, are just what you need
Haircut fakeoutIf you're not entirely sold on pulling your hair back, a faux bob is a good compromise. Your hair is technically "up," but it's still framing your face. This is also a great way to test-drive a shorter haircut before you commit. The faux bob Jessica Gillin from the Marie Robinson salon created for the Joy Cioci show is a perfect example. Here's how to get the look:
Step 1: Spray a thickening spray throughout your hair, then do a rough blow dry for texture.
Step 2: Take most of the bottom layers of your hair and pin them into a flat bun at the base of your neck. This makes the whole style much easier to finish, since you only have to curl and pin the top layers of your hair. Plus, the bun gives the pins something to grab onto.
Step 3: After you've created your bun, curl the top layer of your hair with an iron and brush curls once they're cool to loosen them.
Step 4: Roll long hair up and pin it into the bun, letting it loosely fall around your face. Try to use the back, top layer of your hair to cover the bun.
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