In the 20s and 30s in New York Society, drama was the buzzword for the fashionable ladies of the social strata that encompassed the theatre and performing artists. The hair was often adorned (and even superceded) by
intricate and ornate headdresses. Offering a nod to those origins, this hairstyle features intricately-woven elements of the hair framing the face and supporting the high-volume styling of the waves and curls of the
up-styled hair. Certainly not a style for the meek, this look is still great for those who want to make a dramatic impression and revel in being the
center of attention.