Hair rolls rocked the runways of the Fall 2007 fashion shows across Europe. Designers such as Margaret Howell, Veronique Branquinho and Nathan Jenden chose these styles because they are a wispy, modern and avant-garde version of an up-do. They keep hair off the neck to showcase the beauty of the clothing (and the models, too). This modern and elegant style is really easy to do, and it looks great in any season.
The first two looks above were originally constructed by Neil Moodie using all Bumble and Bumble products. For five simple step-by-step instructions on how to create this look at home for yourself.
- Step 1: Begin by spraying Tonic ($17) onto wet hair. The add a few spritzes of Thickening Spray ($23) to the roots. If your hair is thin, you'll want to spray on a generous amount.
- Step 2: Next, blow-dry your hair using rough, quick motions to create volume.
- Step 3: Once hair is dry, spray Hair Powder ($34) to create a matte texture, and to add grip for the roll.
- Step 4: Separate your hair into three sections (two side and one back) and roll the hair starting from the bottom and working your way up. As you are finished with each section, secure the rolls with bobby pins (use as many as necessary) and smooth out the top of your hair by gently brushing hair downwards.
- Step 5: Spray your entire head with Does It All Hairspray ($23) for a finishing touch.