5 Easy Ways to Create Big '70s Hair
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By Rachel Hayes
Don't be too quick to reach for your flat iron this fall. Instead, you may want to grab some mousse, curlers and a teasing comb to try out these full, larger-than-life hairstyles that billowed down the fall runways.
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A little uptown, a little disco and a whole lot of volume sum up the hyper-teased hairstyle that stylist Guido created for the Marc by Marc Jacobs fall fashion show. A clean side part gives the mane of curls a bit of structure, while a frothy texture keeps the look soft and feminine.
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Guido sprayed Redken Guts 10 Volume Spray Foam, $16, onto wet hair, then used a blow-dryer to build volume. Once dry, he wrapped one-inch sections of hair around a small barrel curling iron, then clipped each one at the roots to set the shape. After all the curls cooled, he used a boar bristle brush to back-comb through each spiral, creating the fluffy effect.
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Like ethereal fairies, models floated down the Lela Rose fall catwalk with windswept wispy waves pinned at their napes to create a swooshy faux bob, styled by hairstylist Ted Gibson.
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First, Gibson spritzed his Beautiful Hold Hairspray, $20, all over dry, clean hair. To create those unkempt waves he wrapped several sheets of aluminum foil into U-shaped pieces, then folded a small section of hair around each one, clamping a flat iron over it for a few seconds. Once the sections cooled, Gibson removed the foils to reveal beautifully bent loose waves. He used a thin comb to brush them out, back-combing near the crown. Finally, he tucked the ends under and pinned them in place to create additional volume.
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Hairstylist Guido's inspiration for the voluminous curls he created at Bottega Veneta? Jodi Foster in the 1976 film Taxi Driver. Models' roots were slicked smooth, giving way to plush, exaggerated curls.
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Apply a volumizer (like the new Oribe Grandiose Hair Plumping Mousse, $35) from roots to ends of damp hair, then rough-dry hair to add oomph. Curl hair in small sections using a half-inch curling iron, leaving the top three inches up to your roots uncurled. Pin each curl to your head with a setting clip. Once everything has cooled, release curls and gently brush them out with a boar bristle brush to create more volume. Sweep the top front section across your forehead, then secure in place with a bobby pin.
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The hair at Kate Spade was all about capturing the intense energy of Manhattan and the "anything goes" vibe of '70-era Studio 54. According to lead hairstylist Tommy Buckett for Garnier Fructis, bigger really is better.
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Apply volumizer to damp hair, then blow dry with a large round brush to build maximum volume. Once dry, spray Garnier Fructis Style Volume Extend Pure Volume Dry Shampoo, $5, on roots for even more volume. Next, use your fingers to roll a large three-inch section into a giant pin curl, securing it at roots with a clip. Repeat all over, then let set for ten minutes. Release curls and gently brush out.
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It was only fitting that the design duo behind The Blonds, known for their over-the-top glamorous collections, asked Catwalk by TIGI global creative director Nick Irwin to come up with a fantastical hairstyle to go with their retro-themed fall collection. The end result: this billowing bombshell bob.
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Irwin created those bobs using wigs, but you can get a similar (and way more wearable!) look by following the steps on your own hair. First, prep dry hair with Catwalk by TIGI Session Series Transforming Dry Shampoo, $20, to add texture and volume. Set hair in large hot rollers, spritz with hairspray, then apply low heat to curls using a diffuser. Let rollers cool completely, then remove and shake out hair. Spritz a little more dry shampoo and back-comb hair for even more volume. Finally, use fingers to style into place.
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