The hair worked in tandem with the makeup—with Hair Director for ghd Alan White working a Spanish-Latin feel into the look. But for him, it was really all about different textures. The top of the style had a shiny texture to it, and Alan created a deep centre part, low across the forehead.
The hair was then pulled into a low pony, which was secured into place with a weft. The pony, unlike the front of the style, had a dry texture to it and the finishing touch was a "stirrup-like" earring that was used as a hair piece. This lifted the hair off the neck and adds volume into the pony. If you're looking for a slick and sharp pony at home, Alan recommends ghd Obedience Cream; you need just the smallest amount to add to the surface of the hair and it ensures the whole style stays in place and flyaways are locked down.