Old Hollywood glamour hits the runway with Badgley Mischka’s side chignons and crystal-encrusted on the part. One side was twisted to a rope and the opposite was a French twist.
Try it at home: Secure hair with lots of bobby pins and hairspray. The strip of glitz was set in place with the help of eyelash adhesive. The chignon above came from the rope twist held by a net but it’s not totally necessary as long as you have a trusted hair spray and a good relationship with bobby pins. ;)
The feminine collection was supported by romantic curls in an up-do. The curls gave a “bow” effect once pinned. Hair was sectioned and rolled face down in big curlers. Once the curlers were out, each section was pulled up and pinned on the same direction, gathered on the center, while some bangs were left curled and hanging on the sides. It was topped by a real black bow.
The morning after beauty never fails to bring out perfection out of any woman. Long, dramatic curls were seen in Rebecca Minkoff’s models. Minkoff wanted it to look as if you had the most exciting evening the night before, and you just got up and this is how your hair looks like. In achieving this look, hair was set, curled and volumized. Once curled, separate the curls using your fingers and voila, you have a perfect bedhead!
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Photos from TeenVogue, Talkingmakeup