The Christmas Edit looks by Headmasters and ghd

We all need a bit of glam this dark period and we know that your clients are impatiently waiting for salons to reopen so that they could give their hair some proper TLC by their favourite stylists. And even though we expect no events, parties and social gatherings for this year’s festive season, people can still dress up for some nice cocktails and movies at home with family. With this in mind, high street hair hero Headmasters teamed up with ghd to create four looks- perfect for this year’s Zoom Christmas drinks at home this season.

4 ways to style the Bob

The Classic Bob has made a huge comeback post lockdown as it’s versatile, chic and easy to wear; plus it’s a haircut that can get a woman through any lockdown. Here, Headmasters and ghd show 4 different styles you can create for your bob-lover-clients, ideal to give them this extra styling they want for a glam night in.

Chic Curls

Smooth hair using a ghd ceramic vented radial brush. Add a side parting and using a ghd curve classic curl tong, take random sections (a little wider than the tong) and twist hair around the tong in opposite directions. Top Tip – make sure the hair is tonged away from the face to aid width and volume. Finally tousle the hair with fingers and tuck hair behind the ear with a low side parting. 

Retro Waves

First blow-dry the hair smooth with a ghd ceramic vented radial brush. Next take 3 inch horizontal sections, starting from underneath the hair, working up to the parting and wrap around a ghd curve creative curl wand. Pin each section to the head in a barrel shape and leave to cool. Once cool remove the pins and brush through encouraging the wave movement. 

Straight and Sleek

Blow-dry hair smooth from underneath the hair, up to the parting using a ghd paddle brush. Once dry smooth the hair section by section using a ghd platinum+ hair straightener. Top tip – bevel each section to avoid it looking too flat.

Blow Out

Blow-dry hair using a ghd ceramic vented radial brush section by section and pin to the top of the head, allowing the hair to cool into a chic curl.

Credits: Hair by Andrew Barton Headmasters Creative and Communications Director, Jonathan Soons, Nicole Iroh Headmasters Creative Ambassadors

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