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
Add some '60s-style volume to your bun with a beehive look. While the finished style looks sleek, that top layer of hair is actually covering a whole lot of backcombing. To get this look, backcomb at the crown of your head and work down and around until you're an inch or two from your hairline, says Scarbrough. Then, take your hair and pin in a low twist or knot. Finally, comb and smooth the top layer of your hair to cover the teased hair.
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