Blonde Overlapping Marcelled Layers

Blonde hair is sectioned across the crown, from ear to ear. Each section is flattened and then marcelled, with the very first one hanging a bit out on the forehead. Succeeding sections overlap the previous ones, until a cloche is built high on the head, with the ends trailing off down one shoulder. The blonde color is perfect for showing off the structured waves and the sheet-like appearance of the overlapping layers.


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