Why it's a winner: With subtle references to the '60s it feels familiar yet fresh and new at the same time. "The subtle accessory adds a touch of sparkly fun!" declares Damien.
- Prepare hair with Joico K-PAK Shampoo and Conditioner.
- Apply Joico Power Whip Whipped Foam to damp hair.
- Dry with a blow dryer and round brush with the goal of achieving maximum volume and movement.
- Beginning in the nape area, create a horizontal section, mist with Joico Power Spray Fast-Drying Finishing Spray, wrap the ends of the section between two pieces of tissue for protection and set it on a heated roller. Repeat on the opposite size, then work up the back in a brickwork pattern, rolling each section under.
- Continue to work up the sides and through the top sections, setting the entire head. Allow hair to cool and remove the rollers.
- Brush through with a Mason Pearson-style brush, tipping the head forward, back and side to side in order the blend the sections thoroughly.
- Gather all of the hair in a loose ponytail at the crown. Pull the hair back, push it forward, then secure it with a bungee or elastic band.
- Divide the ponytail into two or three subsections, depending on the density of the hair, and backcomb each section with two quick strokes.
- Twist the ponytail into a large bun, and secure with long (3-inch) hairpins, camouflaging the ponytail bungee or elastic.
- Position the hair accessory in the desired spot.
- Mist palms with Power Spray and swipe the surface of the hair to tame flyaways without disturbing the style.