Love that "Mad Men" look? We'll show you a bunch of hairstyles that would fit in perfectly at the office of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce -- but also work for today
This style picks up on the voluminous body made famous in the 1960s, but gives it a modern twist with the long curls. To get this look, Scarbrough suggests using "hot rollers as a way to double up on body and wave." Once your hair is curled, tease your hair from the crown of your head to the back. Spritz hairspray around your hairline and smooth hair back over the teased sections. Keep the style in place with a headband.
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