Tex­tured chignon

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Kim Robin­son, cel­e­brated hairstylist and Owner, kim­robin­son chain of sa­lons, says, “The tex­tured chignon is a mod­ern up­date on a clas­sic style and a look that flat­ters a lot of dif­fer­ent face shapes. The key to achiev­ing this look is to cre­ate some nat­u­ral-look­ing vol­ume at the crown be­fore pulling hair into a chignon. I use the kim­robin­son Vo­lu­miz­ing Mini Crimper at the roots to cre­ate vol­ume, which helps to bal­ance the face and make hair ap­pear fuller. An­other way to add tex­ture is through plaits, which can be in­te­grated subtly or used more promi­nently to re­ally ac­cent the look.” There are dif­fer­ent ways to accessorise this ‘do. “I re­ally love work­ing with small, jewelled pins and styling them in an un­ex­pected way, such as doubling them up. Hair bands are a great way to add some bling and can help cre­ate more tex­ture and vol­ume depend­ing on how you place them,” says Kim.

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