Maybe 2017’s hottest haircut doesn’t appeal to you, so why not borrow from 1963 like Emily Ratajkowski? The celebrity attended her event with the brand The Kooples last night in Los Angeles wearing her hair in a textured half-up half-down hairstyle with a bouffant, or exaggerated volume at the crown, of which Brigitte Bardot would have proudly wore.
A section of her hair in the front was parted in the center, which made her face-framing angles appear as curtain bangs, merging two of our favorite vintage trends into one look.
The hairstyle’s effortless vibe can be credited to her undone waves and the slightly messy texture. We don’t have the exact breakdown from her stylist, but if you’re looking to give this a try at home, be sure to enlist the help of a root-boosting spray while blowing out your hair, like Moroccanoil Root Boost ($29; sephora.com). It's a mousse that creates lift with a hold at the roots, allowing you to achieve the body you’ve always wanted in a blowout.
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To get her texture, create loose curls with a curling wand and break them up with your fingers, pulling them down to create bends rather than spirals.
As for the rest of her look, Ratajowski stuck to the theme of the '60s with a sharp cat-eye, brushed up natural brows, and a nude lip.