Modern '20s Short Hairstyle Inspired by the Great Gatsby
Short hair is all the rage. However, when you have that black tie event it can be a little mystifying what to do with your short locks. This sassy short hairstyle looks amazing with a tank top or an evening gown. It is fast and can be done on wet or dry hair. Its an amazing bathroom makeover when the need strikes.
Using your Sam Villa Styling Comb, create a deep side part. Apply two quarter-size dollops of Redken hardware 16 super strong hair gel. Begin by layering the product around the face until it is damp. Hot Tip: Combing the hair into a circular pattern will allow the waves to form gently without force.
Comb the light side of your part back. Take a diagonal section from your hairline to the back of the ear. Create a pin curl shape by pinching the ends and curving the section into a curl. Secure with a bobby pin until dry and then remove. This creates a strong detail and sass to your look.
Move on to your heavy side and comb your hair, creating a curved shape. Place your finger at the center of the wave to hold the shape as you comb the section towards your face.
Continue to hold the curve with your finger and swing of the ends back around the ear. Secure with a bobby at the ear connection until dry and then remove.
Allow your look to dry naturally...this process should take no more than 35 minutes depending on the density of your hair. If you find yourself needing to dry your look faster, simply attach the diffuser to your Sam Villa E-T.C. Light Ionic Blow Dryer and diffuse the section dry.
This is a beautiful foundation that allows you to layer accessories. Try is with a beaded headband for a vintage inspired look. We used the Amelia Headband (gold) by Pink Pewter in our finished look.
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Production Team: Geneva Cowen
Photographer: Shalem Mathew