This otherworldly updo is sure to impress. Strands are pulled back and twisted in place on the back of the crown, using a pomade to tame flyaways and give mane a sculpted look. A section of hair in the front is pulled back and curved up onto the top of the crown then tucked under tresses for a pretty twist.
Hair: Philip Bell/Ishoka Hair And Beauty, Aberdeen, UK; Makeup: James O’reily; Styling: Jafea Green; Photo: John Rawson.
Dazzle and delight with this couture upsweep. Apply styling gel to mane and pull strands into a high ponytail, securing with a hair band. Using a bun shaper, roll the ponytail over to create a tucked bun and secure with bobby pins. Spritz locks with holding spray for lasting glamour.
Hair: Jamison Shaw Hairdressers, Atlanta, Ga; Photo: Global Hair & Fashion Group.
with a twist
Sleek and sophisticated, this upsweep is perfect for any date night. Hair is divided into three sections—one on each side and one in the middle. Strands in the middle are slicked back and sections on the side are twisted together on the top of the crown. Incorporate tresses from the middle section and hold look together with bobby pins.
Hair: Chrstopher Appleton; Makeup: Amanda Wright; Styling: Danielle Fox; Photo: Elizabeth Gibson.
Romance is in the air with this gorgeous, simple upsweep. Strands are curled from mid-length to ends. Hair is loosely pulled back into a chignon and held in place with bobby pins. A decorative hair piece is added for an extra touch of glamour.
Hair: Paul Kenneth Salon, Woburn, Ma; Photo: Global Haif & Fashion Group.
You’ll be the star of the party with this gorgeous silhouette. Mane is parted to one side and a large-barrel curling iron is used to fashion loose, retro waves. Leaving layers around the face loose, strands are pulled back to mid-crown and held in place with a clip.
Hair: Goertz Hair Design, Braunschweig, Germany; Photo: Global Hair & Fashion Group.