your look ● hairstyles
By Kristy Schanel
Bounce Bring back the loose, lively
curls of your youth for a
convenient and fun look
for any occasion this fall
I t’s not just for Curly Sue anymore. Vivacious locks for
all, as fall hairstyles start to become more loose and let
down after the hot summer. Casual hair with a smart
scarf or sweater is the way to go for any young lady
this season. Plus, simply having your hair down will
keep your neck warm. It’s a win, win.
This look that I chose for Hannah was inspired by the
early Taylor Swift years. Not only because she looks like her
(a lot), but it is youthful and fun for any occasion and age.
This hairstyle works for a number of instances and can also
be used as a foundation for an up do. For fall, it will look
great with a homecoming dress, instead of a stuffy up do, or
for the later fall and winter weddings you can dress it up
with a rhinestone comb or clip. It’s an easy and fun way to
wear your hair.
Be sure to use a light hold hairspray on your hair before
each curl and a medium hold hairspray at the end, for a
more dependable and convenient hold. Make an effort to
not overwork or touch the hair afterward, because it will
lead to loose curls and frizz.
To achieve this amazing-yet-simple look, follow these
Prep damp hair with a light mousse or gel and a heat
protecting serum/oil. The hold product you choose really
depends on your hair texture. Just remember that you don’t
want your hair looking over-gelled or heavy. The look you
are trying to achieve is bouncy and light.
Power-dry the hair until it is 80% dry. Then, use a
round brush to ﬁnish the blow dry, lifting at the root. If
PHOTO BY TED WEST
Hannah Keil is a model for Whilemina
Models in Los Angeles, California. She
can be seen on the cover of the Spring
2013 cover of PromTime magazine in
which she is also a featured model in
the Pageantry & PromTime 2013