She stole the show from Anna Wintour in The September Issue and now Grace Coddington is being touted as the next big hair muse. Quite literally, for this look is all about heavy bottom body.
She was referenced in the Spring/Summer 2010 shows by one of the most, if not the most, respected hair stylists in the world, Sam McKnight. Another ledge in the hair industry, Josh Wood, also gave her style the nod. (And here I was thinking she needed help on the frizz front.) These Etro Spring/Summer 2010 shots are proof that 'The Grace' as it's been dubbed is big news.
Keep reading for the how-to . . .Ben Cooke – who gave Posh the Pob – recommends home-made curlers, created from tinfoil if you're looking to recreate this look. These are such an easy way to add curls and body to your hair; I used the method all the time when I was a poor uni student.
You'll want to give hair a bit of a spritz with a blow-dry spray like Andrew Collinge Weightless Volumes Heat Protect Salon Styling Spray ($12.99), then roll the hair around the tinfoil roller up until about three inches out from your roots. Keep it in place by crossing it over as though you were going to tie it in a knot. Give it a bit of heat with a blow-dryer and leave to set for 10 minutes. Unravel and you're now in vogue.
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