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Camilla Belle continues to flourish; has awesome hair
Wed, 15 December 2010 9:59AM
Every new outing for Camilla Belle seems to outsmash the last, Primpers, giving me plenty of ammunition to burble about as I sit here and question whether her latest accomplishment would suit me. And you, of course.
Here’s the look I’m talking about nice and early so we can all share that magical moment of contemplation together…
And the side…
This look reminds me of a hairstyle I used to favour in about year 10. At the time, it was pure beauty gold, but in retrospect, like most things, it was bordering more on heinous. You might know it actually, I used to tightly twist small sections of hair into little knobs and then secure them with bobby pins all over my head. Hilariously bad, Primpers.
But for all the badness of my style, this hair of Camilla’s makes up for tenfold. It’s quirky and kitch but still really pretty. Yep, I love it. Don’t you?
In fact, I love it so much I’m going to figure out how to do it. Here’s what I’m thinking, Primpers.
1. Apply some volumizing mousse into your roots and blowdry for texture and height.
2. Now, part your hair in a deep centre part and sweep back. Position the front section of hair so it sweeps across your forehead and then start twisting the back section into said knobs of years gone past. Leave a little bit of hair out of each knob to get that messy finish at the back, before securing with bobby pins and spraying with a good hairspray.
3. If you find the top of your hair is tight and neat, simply grab the end of a tail comb and ‘lift’ pieces of hair up so that it’s bubbled and messy on top. Winner, you’re done.
As usual, a special mention of awesomeness needs to go out to Camilla’s makeup. It’s its usual perfectly luminous self and quite frankly, I’m a little bit jel. Oh, and don’t even get me started on those brows.
Tell me Primpers…
What do you think of Camilla’s hair here?
Do you like her makeup, too?
What about that knobby style I talked about, do you remember it?
Posted by: Yasemin Trollope