Katerina’s haircut is 1960’s inspired. I gave her long layers on top and at the front, a straight line at the back, a rounded fringe (which I cut a bit shorter because I want it to last more) and “sideburns” at both sides. The “sideburns” emphasize her cheekbones and she looks really good in them. They also look really cute when you do a ponytail or an updo. Which brings us to the next look.
Everyone has been re-inventing the classic half-up Bardot hairstyle for a really long time now and no-one seems to pay any attention to the amazing updos that she used to have back in the day. That’s why I went for that 60’s teased-to-death-big updo and what makes it fresh is that you can see the tease in the hair, plus it has to look like you did it yourself (a.k.a. a lot messier) and not spent an hour in the salon. Marina Stat did the make-up (I love,love,love that lip colour).
Brigitte Bardot in the 1960’s (couldn’t find photo credit for this picture).