No time for a shower? No worries. These styles will keep that day-old (or week-old) hair looking good, no matter the situation
This updo is the epitome of "perfectly imperfect." Before you start styling, apply dry shampoo to your roots and the bottom half of your hair. This will give your hair a matte finish and help keep the style longer, says Todorov. Here's how Scarbrough says to get the look:
1. First, backcomb your hair at the crown of your head to give it more texture. This will make it easier to work with and more likely to hold when loosely secured with pins.
2. Starting on one side, lightly twist your hair back and away from your face in a rolling motion, adding from the hairline as you go down each side. Every time you add a section, mist the area with hairspray and anchor it down with a bobby pin. Stop twisting when you reach your ear, and secure it down with a bobby pin. Do this on the other side.
3. Once your side twists are in place, pin up the rest of your hair, section by section, to create a low, messy bunch of hair near the nape of your neck. Use bobby pins to secure down any loose pieces of hair.
4. Mist your updo generously with strong-hold hairspray to keep it in place.
Photo credit: http://mnemosyneindust.tumblr.com
for signing up!
Please add us to your safe send list
so our emails land in your inbox.