One of Grace Kelly hair style : The Classic Wave, is often a favorite and is frequently seen on the red carpet. Diane Kruger opts for the classic spun silk texture. The fine textured blonde hair in my opinion is the perfect hair texture in which to adapt this style.
Take a look at this tutorial I chose for you on YouTube. What I like best about Lillian Masie’s adaptation best is that she does not use too much product, therefore her 40’s interpretation stays modern without looking retro.
The only product you need is Iles Formula finishing serum. This Formula is your hair’s best protector from heated tongs or rollers, and instantly delivers that gorgeous Grace Kelly hair, “spun silk” lustre to the hair. Avoid using hairspray, just allow this style to live naturally.
If your hair tends to drop easily take some long pin curl clips and after you have removed each tonged section, roll it up while warm and leave it clipped until cold. Be sure the ends are rolled under perfectly by rolling around two fingers in the direction you have tonged the hair. Don’t remove the clips until it has cooked in shape and is cold.
The same technique can be used for long hair. Long section clips are always handy to keep the front wave together, and it will set stronger while you are applying make up or attending to other things.
If you want your long hair to appear shorter, then pin it up or under at the back, giving the illusion of a bobbed length.
It takes a little practice but these tips should help a lot to get you closer to this beautiful classic style inspired by Grace Kelly hair.
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