Blond Turban of Braids

Long blonde hairs is sectioned off and worked into long, tiny braids, each about half an inch in length. The braids are unequally parted at the back, the two halves then wound around the head, covering the ears and ending slightly off-center at the forehead. Then, like a turban, the ends are tucked under and pulled up and out at the back, resulting in a spray of wisps fanning the crown. This style has texture and lines, owing to the numerous braids, and mimics another accessory - the turban - in highlighting the facial lines.


Steven Carey at Team Hair: Art Team at Steven Carey, Mayfair, London Make-up: Keith Way Clothes stylist: Bernard Connolly Photographer: Stellanour Electrical products: FHI Heat Styling Appliances