Vanity Fair Magazine Photo Shoot - 2010
What you will need:Hot Rollers (Large)
Hair Gel (optional)
Curling Iron (1-inch)
If you have the time, straighten your hair by either using a straightener or a blow out the night before. Doing this will cut your prep time in half. If not, make sure you give yourself enough time to do these steps before putting your rollers in.**
The Rollers-Only Method
Step 1: First divide your hair into four sections: the middle and two sides and a section of your hair that's parted as Emma's is. Next, if you want to add a little more volume than what the waves will naturally do to your hair, spray each section lightly with hair spray. If not, skip this step and move on to the next one.
Step 2: Now it's time to insert your rollers. Using these takes some practice, but it's pretty easy to do once you get the hang of it. Start with the middle section of hair and take a section in your fingers. Now with your hair in one hand and a roller in the other, place the roller on top of the tip of the seperated hair and begin rolling it back towards your crown. As you roll, the velcro should keep your hair attatched. Then move on to your other sections. Note: You may want to use a smaller sized roller for your parted hair. That section will (most likely) be thinner and smaller than the rest.
Step 3: Leave the rollers in and let your hair set while you apply your make-up and get dressed. It's up to you to decide how long to leave them in... Experiment a little!
Step 4: Once you're ready to take the rollers out, do gentle doing so. After you take each roller out shape the waves with your hands or some styling gel and you're all set!
The Rollers & Curling Iron Method
Step 1: Start off by applying a volumizing product (either a gel or a spray) to your hair. Be sure to spread it evenly.
Step 2: Now take your curling iron and curl small sections of hair. Start at the top of your head and work your way down to the nape of your neck. After you curl each secion of hair, insert a roller and pin it at the base of the roller using a hair clip.
Step 3: After your hair has set and cooled down, remove each roller and apply a light amount of serum to the ends of each wave to control any frizz. Run your fingers through your new waves to adjust the shape of the waves. Part your hair and apply a light hairspray to finish off this hairstyle.