HAIR TIPS: THE WAVY GRAVY
Be inspired by the following directional looks with stylist, Luke Hersheson's tips on how to recreate them.
The Wavy Gravy
A Hersheson classic which is undoubtedly the defining hair style of the Noughties. Touselled beach babe meets rock'n'roll. Kate and Sienna we salute you.
The 50's hair pleat gets a Noughties makeover. A flatter front and sides ensure its relevance in 2010.
A modern, tougher reinterpretation of the classic Bardot up-do.
An instant 'lift' which creates a modern version of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Rock-a-billy meets Raga girl. A deceptively structured mess.
Imagine the chic of a 70s Jerry Hall or Alice Dellal with a modern, edgy undercut.
Think 1970s Gucci; the Wavy Gravy meets the Marcel.
Tough but fun, punk(ish) mini-mohawk from the early Nineties.
A make believe bob reminiscent of 1930s Bloomsbury and the Mitford sisters.
A 1950s quiff with tom-boy cool to add a little edge to your clothes.
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