Rodney Cutler for the Salon at Ulta Beauty created the windblown hairstyle. "It's slightly romantic with a bit of gothic texture," he explained. Tadashi Shoji wanted the hair low on the neck, so Cutler created a "knot" of "intertwining hair" that was swept over one shoulder.
First, he created a small, wrapped-up braid under the hair to eliminate some of the volume and to form a different shape for the hair to wrap around. Then he used Redken Guts ($24.70) and Powder Grip ($20.95) to create the dry, airy texture with a little backcombing.
Next, he twisted the hair over the braid and secured it with pins until it was over one shoulder.
Photo: Kaitlyn Dreyling