The “Wet Look”
Ideal on a layered cut, short at the temples with more length on top, this 50’s hairstyle
is one of my favorite retro styles.
It is done on wet hair with a styling gel:
* Wet and squeeze your hair.
* Apply the gel with a fine-toothed comb to soak your hair: pour the gel along your comb
and run it through your hair from the roots to the ends, from front to back.
Draw a parting on the side for a disciplined retro effect. I use Gel à L’Hibiscus, alcohol free,
which does not dry out the hair and ensures a good hold without leaving any deposit in the hair.
* Gently blow-dry your hair with a hair dryer on low speed and without a diffuser.
* Finishing: for a shiny effect, you can finish by spraying a light veil of Laque Souple.
Its fine resins will provide a radiant finish and a perfect hold without altering the movement
of your hairstyle.
The “James Dean”
Full of volume and seduction, this aerial hairstyle is a true classic.
It’s done on dry hair using a styling balm to structure and shape the hair, and a day cream
for a silky finish and a malleable texture:
*Blow dry your hair backwards to loosen the roots and provide maximum volume.
* Apply a dab of Baume Bois de Rose and Eclat Naturel in the palm of your hand,
then warm the mixture well by rubbing your hands together for twenty seconds.
* Apply the mixture to your fingers by running your hands through your hair against the roots,
from front to back, to gain volume, until you get the desired movement.
That’s it! You can reshape your hairstyle and change the movement at any time by simply
running your hand through your hair.