This hairstyle is intricate and original. It will look stylish on a weekday, and on a festive day it will become a creative component of the image. The snail hairstyle goes well with an unusual outfit in the ancient Roman style or an open evening dress. Only women whose hair is below the shoulders and of sufficient thickness can make it. This hairstyle is tricky, but doing it yourself a few times will give you the skills you need.
First, divide the hair into sectors centered on the crown, dividing them with radial tools to the line of the circumference of the beginning of hair growth. If your hair is thin and unmanageable, use mousse or foam.
At the crown, leave a small circle of hair with a diameter of about 5 cm. Roll each section of hair into rollers, starting from the crown and moving down to the forehead, ears and back of the head. Tighten the rollers until they twist into bundles and "astrakhan" loops. At the end of the roller, form a snail or bun and secure it on the line of the beginning of hair growth with small hairpins or invisible hairpins. Twist the hair left on the top of the head to simulate astrakhan fur.
You can do the opposite. Start rolling the roller from the hairline and up. Connect all the rollers on the crown, form an astrakhan pattern on it and secure with invisible pins or mini-pins. If you have long hair, then on the crown of the resulting flagella you can make a voluminous, protruding bun. In this case, use strong fixing agents when shaping the roller. Secure the base of the beam with invisible ones, or vice versa, mask it with a catchy clip or decoration.