1940s rolls at Carolina Herrera At Carolina Herrera, the hair echoed 1940s elements in the collection. After blow drying the hair straight, hairstylist Orlando Pita for Moroccanoil created a middle part and divided the hair into three sections: one on either side of the face and one in the back from ear to ear. Starting near the part, he rolled each of the front sections horizontally along the head, securing it with bobby pins. Then, he rolled the back section up to create a continuous style around the head.
If you have fine hair, Pita suggests drying your hair with a volumizing mousse. Then, before you style, backcomb to get more lift.
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