It’s Saturday night: running a comb through your limp locks and piling on the hairspray just won’t do, but an intricate fishtail wrapped around your head and expected to stay in place all night isn’t going to happen either, especially after a few too many cocktails. But fear not, Headmasters is here with three easy-to-recreate dos that are achievable for all, no matter how many Mai-Tais you’ve consumed! So stock up on kirby grips, invest in a good large bristle brush and read on…
This hairstyle has a definite ode to the sixties, playing with Bardot references with a little bit of beehive and a lot of backcombing. It’s very French with a summer in St.Tropez edge to it.
Anyone who is anyone knows that this season the coolest place to part your hair is low on the side. For this look part your hair and then blow-dry using a large bristle brush for extra lift at the crown. Rough dry end to utilise your hair’s natural movement and then secure a tear drop section from around the crown and secure with a clear elastic. Next pinch and lift your hair at the crown for additional height and tuck it behind your ears. To make your look last longer try Headmasters Salon Expert Big Glam Hair Texturiser- Team LBD love it!
This look just screams little black shift dress so we recommend going short and sweet with this Emma Louise London Horizon Shift Dress, £190.
Our new version of the Bergdorf Belle has moved on from last year and there is a distinctly aristocratic vibe to this year’s look. With a little nod to Princess Kate it’s a beautiful sleek blow-out that expresses luxury and good quality.
This style begs for a seasonal low side parting too and before you get started Headmaster’s recommend giving your hair a good blow-dry using a large bristle brush. Then separate hair into sections and wrap around a large tong away from the face until reaching the chin, then rotate and tong towards the face. This gives gorgeous movement at the top with fluid, luscious curls throughout mid lengths and ends. Finish with a generous spritz of Headmasters Catwalk Hold Hairspray.
With a fro fit for a Duchess it only makes sense to steal our favourite royal’s signature style in this Issa-esque Royal Jersey Dress by James Lakeland, £135.
The seventies were on full display on the runways this season, the vibe was luxe hippy with super straight waist grazing lush locks. Straight has finally found its sexy!
To get this sexy style first blow-dry hair without a nozzle to create more movement. Next inject extra height at the crown using your trusty large bristle brush. Finally smooth the ends of your hair with a cushion brush and a little smoothing serum before running straighteners through the lengths and ends for extra sparkle.
Embrace your inner wild child in this relaxed print maxi dress. The CeMe London Juliet Dress in Teal Print, £225, will not only look great with your seventies hairstyle but will also elongate and slim your figure- perfect!
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