It's the '70s. Studio 54 is the place to be. There's music, there's dancing, and there's one girl that no one can take their eyes off. She moves as though the music's flowing through her veins. And then, never missing a beat, she effortlessly scrapes up her hair. That, ladies, is the vibe and the hairstyle that ghd Hair Director Jayne Wild created for Ruby Smallbone. Jayne used some ghd Fat Hair, just on the edges—the style wasn't meant to look too fixed or product-y. Then she worked in Maximise Mousse to the centre of the head and finger-dried the hair. There was a bit of teasing action and then hair was secured in a bun that sat just on the crown; it wasn't a top knot. Of course, if you've only got a few minutes, you can just tip your head upside down, dry and pull up and secure. Pull some strands loose in the front to give that 'just-off-the-dance-floor' look and, ta-dah, you have yourself one "posh, chucked up" 'do as Jayne calls it!