10 Retro Hairstyles That Are Hot Right Now
The Marilyn Monroe pin curls and Brigitte Bardot blowout are back. See how to give a chic update to these retro hairstyles now
Keep it modern: "What makes this hairstyle look up to date is its free-flowing quality. It looks really touchable, and the waves aren't so sculpted as before -- they're more deconstructed," says Philip B.
How to: Start with dry hair. Work in 1- to 2-inch sections: lightly mist each section with a texturizing spray like Philip B. Maui Wowie Beach Mist, $16.99, and wind it into a hot roller. When rollers cool, sculpt the curls with your fingertips and finish with a misting of hairspray for hold and shine.