Here we have what appears to be an up-style that takes softly-layered and loosely curled masses of hair and draws them up to the top of the head and makes a pleasant-looking silhouette. Vaguely reminiscent of the classic styles of the bouffant of the 50s and "bouquet" styles of the 40s the style features large, loosely-coiled strands and a softly textured fringe.
The tendrils that randomly drape along the sides help to balance the style and make the neck appear long and swan-like. It's an elegant look that doesn't come across as being too fussy.
Collection: Autumn-Winter 2011-2012
Hair: William Lepec
Color: Jérôme Poret
Styling: Kathrin Lezinsky
Photography: Jean-François Verganti
Partial up-style with large curls
Festive hairstyle with transparent curls