Full, feminine, loose curls were the master plan when pro hairstylist Paul Norton gave lively actress Jamie Chung off-hand glamour inspired by the free-and-easy ’70s era. Here’s the how-to, so you can get groovy, too!
1) Apply styling gel to damp hair and dry fully with a round, metal brush, flipping ends up as you go along.
2) Create a center part. Starting in the back with a 1-3/4-inch barrel iron, curl hair away from the face, leaving one-to-two inches out on the ends, and pinning each piece in place until cool.
3) Continually repeat step #2 as you work your way to the top.
4) Once your reach the top section, switch to a one-inch iron and curl hair away from the face, starting very close to the root for a tighter bend.
5) When hair is completely cool, remove pins and separate waves using a large-tooth comb.
6) Work a bit of shine serum, like Joico K-PAK Protect & Shine Serum, into pieces that frame the face. Finish with volumizing hairspray.