Big­ger is bet­ter in hair­style stakes

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS - Emily Smith emily.smith@cnbtimes.com.au

THINK big.

That’s hair­dresser Melissa Hill’s ad­vice to fash­ions on the fields con­tender’s at the Monto Races next week.

The se­cret be­hind her in­no­va­tive hairstyling is guar­an­teed to get re­sults.

“I always save long, curly hair from hair­cuts to re­cy­cle in big hair­styles,” she said, as she prac­tised the tech­nique on model Maddy Dug­dale last Tues­day.

“I think you’d def­i­nitely win fash­ions on the field if you took this style at the Monto Races.”

The hair she used to style Maddy’s tow­er­ing up-do was saved af­ter a Shave for a Cure event at the Monto Hos­pi­tal ear­lier this year.

Mrs Hill said the 1960s hair­styles were back and rec­om­mended bee­hive buns and Au­drey Hep­burn bobs for the Au­gust 30 race day.

“Even if you’re not brave enough for this avant-garde style, I think peo­ple should go big with their hair­styles and fas­ci­na­tors,” she said.

“The races are a great chance to have fun and go a bit over the top.”

Feath­ery fas­ci­na­tors and over­sized hats would be a per­fect choice.

PHOTO: EMILY SMITH

UP SHE GOES: The in­no­va­tive hairstyling Monto’s Melissa Hill prac­tised on Maddy Dug­dale last week would cer­tainly turn heads at the races.

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