Serpentine Spiral Curls
If you start with a chin-length bob and add interior layering to smoothly distribute the volume then curl the hair for maximum lift and volume, you can create this look. The artist works with the pale-beige-blonde hair to form a medusa's cap of serpentine spirals.
Best achieved with a roller set, the hair can be carefully backcombed at the scalp to give structure and lift and picked out to maintain the integrity of the individual curls while breaking them into thin tendrils.
The back section of the hair is directed up and forward to add the weight of the section to the crown for a fullness that helps to "flesh-out" the silhouette and give the "masses of tresses" look that makes the style so appealing. A dab of smoothing product and a mist of hairspray to scrunch will make the style last longer and keep the frizz at bay.
Hair & Color: Courtney Treyvaud @ Mieka Hairdressing
Photography: Trevor King
Make-Up: Benn Jae
Stylist: Jordan Moore
Products: Wella Professionals
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