How-To: Asymmetric Bun

Inspired by the feminine illustrations and retro fashion of the ‘40s and ‘50s, Truss Artistic Director Paulo Persil created a collection of updated vintage hairstyles that pay homage to pin-up girls like those Alberto Vargas made famous in the 1940s. He offers a step-by-step guide on how you can recreate these retro-chic looks. 

Preparation : The asymmetric bun makes for a super up-to-date look. First, apply Truss Body Volume and brush to create volume at the roots. Then apply Truss Fluid Fix and use a medium-sized curling iron to define the waves. Execution: Make a side-based bun and add the curled strands for a relaxed look.

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