Ever since Emma Watson unveiled her chic new crop last week, the beauty world has been abuzz.
The cut was the first stage of Emma emerging from her Harry Potter persona into grown-up territory and has won tons of praise from the fashion pack. Since debuting the look she's been compared to both Twiggy and Mia Farrow.
This week I caught up with celebrity hairdresser Mark Woolley to find out how to get the look. Mark is an award-winning hairdresser (he was crowned Hairdresser of the Year last year), and has worked closely with major brands GHD and L'Oreal Professional on numerous projects.
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“Emma Watson’s new super short pixie crop is perfection," says Mark. "It’s cute, playful and a touch rebellious and has totally updated her style. The soft layers in Emma’s hair emphasise her pretty, delicate features beautifully. Channelling the look of the Sixties, she’s clearly leading the way with a style which will be one of the biggest hair trends this Autumn.”
Step One: "Apply a blow dry product like Kerastase Ciment Thermique (£15.20) to damp short hair from root to tip and rough dry."
Step Two:: "Create the ‘peekaboo fringe’ by grabbing hair and sweeping with hands, pushing the hair to the side (in this instance hands work better than a brush to create less structure) blowdrying as you go until completely dry."
Step Three: "Finish with a serum such as Shu Uemura Art of Hair Camelia Silk Oil Smoothing Fluid (£17.20) which is light weight but also prevents frizz."