Fan Bing Bing looks like a dame freshly out of the retro era spreading her oomph over the occasion. Her hairstyle is unique and looks very fresh though it is one of the best retro hairstyles. This hairstyle is the retro rotund updo and is quite difficult to make singlehandedly.
To create this hairstyle, you need to shampoo and condition properly. Now dab some hair serum onto wet hair and comb properly. Blow dry. Now take some hold defining gel onto your palm and spread it evenly throughout the hair while combing regularly. Make two sections of hair, front heavy and back lighter. Start from the front side. Take a small chunk of hair from the front section and comb it at an angle of sixty degrees. Dab some hair spray. Take a thick curling rod and engage its ends. Roll the rod over the hair to curl towards outside and upwards till you reach the roots. When enough heat has been given, slowly release the rod taking care not to open the curls. Now, give a good shot of hair spray over the curls and the roots too and fix the curls over the head, near the roots with pins. Comb from down to upwards to get a cleaner effect. Now take another section of hair and do the same till it forms a curl bowl on the top as shown. Fix the curls with bobby pins as they are released from the rod. Do hair spray a lot. Combine the chunks altogether so that a rotund type of hairstyle is formed at the front top of the head. Comb and straighten the back hair with a straightener and let it loose. Spray on and you look utterly exquisite!
Wassup new: When curls are done, pin the curls to each other too by attaching a bobby pin sideways that will hold all curls in one section together. If you have shorter hair and want to try this look, you can use fake half doughnut rings and curl your hair around them to create the rotund curl effect. Retro hairstyles need to be given a touch up!