In photographs from secular parties, in films and in fashion magazines, you can often see a beautiful and unusual female hairstyle, reminiscent of a shell, in which the hair is twisted at the back of the head. This hairstyle looks austere and elegant at the same time, and is an excellent option both for a work and business atmosphere, and for going to the theater, to a restaurant or for a birthday. You can create a shell hairstyle with your own hands at home.
To create a hairstyle, you will need a long-handled comb, a brush, a fine comb, as well as invisible hairpins, large hairpins and hairspray. Take a brush and comb it from the forehead to the back of the head.
At the back of your head, pull your hair together and curl tightly, pulling the top of your hair up. Secure the resulting structure with hairpins, and then tuck in the ponytail sticking out at the top of the head and fix the strands that are knocked out of the hairstyle with invisible strands.
You can decorate the shell with any original hairpin, comb, crab or beads on a fishing line. The longer your hair, the more beautiful and voluminous the shell will turn out. Spray your hair with some nail polish.
If you have bangs, comb it thoroughly with a fine-toothed comb, comb a little to one side and also sprinkle with varnish.
This hairstyle is very easy to do on thick and long hair, but if the hair is thin and thin, you can also make a shell out of it. To do this, comb your hair lightly before starting to form a bun at the back of your head.
Brushed hair will look fuller and thicker. Do not pull the bun too tight - this will make it look fuller.
If you want a more festive variation on this hairstyle, leave a few strands on the left and right loose as you curl your hair at the back of your head. After fixing the shell, wrap the remaining strands around it and secure them with decorative pins.