Get the Look: Kate Moss Layers and Waves

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Long, soft layered waves is the epitome of a summer hairstyle. TONI&GUY international artistic director and head of education Cos Sakkas shares how to achieve the look, inspired by classic finger waves and Kate Moss' rocker-chic fringe and layers.

  1. Create a central parting with a pin-tail comb.
     
  2. Apply gel from the roots to the mid-lengths of the hair.
     
  3. Combing hair at a natural fall, place finger parallel to the parting in an equal distance and direct the hair in between the fingers in a forward and back direction, alternating a finger wave technique.
     
  4. Apply a glossy hold spray to the end of the back area of the hair and create a  knot in the middle of the length.
     
  5. The entire head is diffused and left to cool down.  
     
  6. The knot is removed and a nice distressed texture should appear, decorating the side behind the ear with clips or accessories to get a flatter and more modern feel.

 

 

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