Georgia May Jagger hairstyles

Georgia May Jagger’s Loose Long Hairstyle

Georgia May Jagger’s Sexy Loose Long Hairstyle

Frizz-free locks + loads of body + shine + subtle waves are a good mix to achieve..

Frizz-free locks + loads of body + shine + subtle waves are a good mix to achieve a nonchalant, natural looking hairstyle. Add a deep side part to the equation and a gorgeous pout, and you’ve got an irresistible come-hither bearing.

Want waves like Jagger?

  1. To get salon-quality blowout, start by applying a small (too much will weigh your hair down) amount of heat-resistant styling cream all over damp hair. This will ensure that your mane will not get fried and will keep it shiny and soft right after blow-drying.
  2. Rough-dry hair using your fingers only. Make sure that the dryer is pointing downwards from the crown.
  3. Blow dry small sections using a large round brush. Pull the hair straight as you blow dry, and then roll the ends for good body.
  4. Blast roots with cool air right after you’re done then shake and scrunch your hair. You’re all set!

 

 

 

Georgia May Jagger’s Messy High Bun Hairstyle

Georgia May Jagger’s Hip Messy High Bun Hairstyle

If Georgia May Jagger was going for a very modish disheveled hairstyle, we say s..

If Georgia May Jagger was going for a very modish disheveled hairstyle, we say she nailed it! She’s got a little bit of the Bardot vibe going on but with an identifiable modernity to the style. Feel like re-doing this?

  1. Dirty hair (day-old) is easier to work with when doing updos. It will give the style the ‘grip’ needed to make it last.
  2. Mist hair with a volumizing spray then rough-dry using your fingers.
  3. Curl 2” sections using a clampless iron wand for 5 seconds then release.
  4. Once hair is cool to the touch, pick out thin sections of hair in front and at the sides before gathering the rest into a high ponytail.
  5. Jooge the ends of the ‘tail before coiling it loosely around the base (where the elastic is) of the ponytail, and pin.
  6. Twirl the tendrils a bit around your fingers and you’re done!

 

 

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