Dior's Coiled Curls—Model Karlie Kloss's lush, volumized curls have us lusting for hair with mega bounce, but these curls need some prep work and tools to get it right. Hence, we consulted Tresémme celebrity stylist, Jeanie Syfu on how get the look:
"Create a center part, then apply a mousse or volumizing product as a foundation and blow dry. Use a 3/4” to 1 1/2” curling iron (hair sections shouldn’t be any wider than the size of your iron), and create an even curl pattern through the length of the hair: wrap the hair, starting a few inches away from the roots and down to the ends. Release the iron and re-wrap each section by hand and clip at the base with a pin-curl clip. Spray with hairspray, let the curls set for a minute or two, then un-clip and fluff. I find that I get more control and a sleeker finish with an iron, but for a fluffier finish, try hot rollers. They're easy to use and I love the idea of letting them set in your hair to cool while you're doing your makeup or nails."
The Tools: T3 Single Pass Twirl 1.25" Curling Iron, $99, available at Sephora; Tresemme Climate Control Mousse, $4.49, available at Walgreens; Remington TIStudio Pearl Ceramic Heated Clip Hair Setter, $39.99, available at Remington;Oribe Superfine Hairspray, $t29 available at Oribe.
The Tools: L'Oreal Paris EverSleek Shampoo and Conditioner, $5.99 each, available at Target; Philip B Shinade Pomade, $26, available at Philip B; Blow Ready Set Blow Express Blow Dry Lotion, $21, available at Ulta.
The Tools:VO5 Perfect Hold Styling Gel, $2, available at drugstores nationwide; Davines No. 4 Glossy Molding Putty, $24, visit Davines for salon locations; Luxor Silver Wave Clips, $3.99, available at Rickys.
The Tools: Frederic Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Tousled Wave Spray, $24, available at Fekkai; Kerastase Creme Oleo-Curl, $37, available at Kerastase.