The hair and makeup for this look crawl with colorful quirkiness, much akin to the rest of her. With a grafity-defying hairstyle, and an opaque, sherbet-hued lip, she is anything but subdued. She awakes each morning and, religiously, styles her hair into a perfectly-manicured bouffant, just like her grandmother did in the 50s. The secret to this ‘do is practice, patience, and hair that has been slept on for a night or two. After copiously spraying locks with a volumizing spray, flip head upside down, and, using a comb, carefully tease hair back toward the crown. Shape hair into its fancy form, smoothe any bumps with a comb, and secure with bobby pins and more hairspray. Finally, coat lips in a creamy, sherbet hue, or, cheat the system by softening a brighter shade with your favorite Chantecaille foundation.
Collage by Mergime Raci