Tied in knots

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The top knot: Ac­cord­ing to Kim Robin­son, cel­e­brated hair­styl­ist and kimrobinson stu­dio di­rec­tor, what makes this style dra­matic is that it draws the eyes up, elon­gat­ing the neck and lift­ing the cheek­bones. “It’s a great way to add height, while show­cas­ing a strong bone struc­ture. Worn bal­le­rina style, it looks pol­ished when paired with smoky eyes and a tuxedo. A slightly more un­done and windswept style is a great way to keep the look mod­ern. Blow-dry nat­u­rally or spritz a sea salt spray for a piece-y tex­ture. Once it’s dry, tie your hair up into a pony­tail at the top cen­tre of your head and be­gin twist­ing around the base. Tuck the ends un­der and se­cure with a cou­ple of bobby pins. Fin­ish with a light hold, flex­i­ble hair­spray. If you are goin­gofr a tighter look, spritz some spray onto a thin brush and skim it over the head so that the hair lies flat. Avoid us­ing too much prod­uct, as it can­make the hair look stiff,” he ex­plains.

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