Step 1: 'After the hair is blow-dried, section into a middle parting.'
Step 2: 'Using a wand, take large sections and wrap the hair round ensuring you are curling the hair away from the face.'
Step 3: 'Once you have finished curling use a soft, good quality brush and brush the hair thoroughly to create the looseness in the picture .'
Step 4: 'Finish off using some shine serum on the ends and spray with your favourite hairspray.'
goodtoknow says: 'Add some extra detail by wrapping a large section from the front of your face around your finger into a roll, and pin in place with grips.Use a soft paddle brush, like Denman's grooming brush (£9.79) to brush through the lengths of your hair to smooth and soften your curls without brushing them out.'
Hair by Suzie McGill, celebrity hair and make-up artist of Rainbow Room International.
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