By Aubrey L. Shawinsky
Bringing back voluminous inspiration from the '80s and pairing it with the sleek and sexy styles of today is what 2010 is all about.
Whether it's pairing a simple updo with a stunning lift at the crown or adding a cascade of curls to that limp land of layers, the new movement in hair is sophisticated volume.
We turned to Dre's Salon for suitable styles for day and night, high fashion and casual. Whatever the "do," the hottest trends are sure to turn heads:
1. After towel-drying hair, apply a combined quarter-sized amount of styling cream and molding wax throughout hair. Blow dry smooth with a medium-sized round brush.
2. Part the hair into two sections, one from the ears down and the second from the ears up.
3. Securing the top section out of the working space, spray a fine layer of medium-hold hairspray over the lower section.
4. Using a large-barrel curling iron, round the ends of the hair to creating a sleek, finished look. Working from the bottom of the top section, curl 1-inch sections in alternating directions.(Another technique for random texture: weave each section, curling in the opposite directions.)
5. Alternate between curling and misting the hair with medium-hold hairspray until finished. Using your fingers and molding wax, run your hands from underneath your hair upwards through the curls to create a textured, defined look, being careful to avoid combing out the curls completely. Finish with an anti-humidity spray to lock out moisture.
This look was created by Dre's Hair Salon utilizing the newest, most influential product line for 2010: Oribe