This ravishing Lolita look builds its charisma on enormous volume. The long hair does not need an extremely complicated cut to be styled to this opulent wild and sensuous piece of art. A few layers were cut in the hair to
help with the volume and the slight tapering along the front adds movement. But both come into play more with other variations of the cut.
Here the hair was teased and moussed for a lot of lift on the roots, mostly on top.
The front hair was then loosely draped backwards across the crown in a very billowy, baroque way. Simplicity and rich opulence can do magic together.