Low Falling Fringe with Twisted Lengths
If you want to keep your long hair together but don't want to go all the way to braid it, then follow this dressy example. The hair was brought over to one side and then separated into two strands. These were twisted and shaped to two loosely draped barrel shaped sections with a slightly uneven surface.
The rest of the hair falls in a smooth curve from the side part, diagonally across the face and is styled with light volume and a sleek flow. Highlights accentuate the movement.
Collection: On S'attache
Artistic Director: Fabien Provost for Franck Provost
Hair: Fabien Provost and Alexandrine Piel
Make-up: Charlotte Willer
Styling: Chloé Dugast
Photography: Adel Awad
Hairstyles for long hair
Straight hair styled over one shoulder
Long hair swept towards the side and back