Check Out This Vintage Waves Hairstyle from Tiffany Thames

A classy up-do is a must for the most elegant of engagements or fancy night on the town. This hairstyle achieves just that! For classic elegance or practical glamor, this beauty of a bun will have you ready for jazzy fun. A throwback to the Roaring 20’s, this swirled style showcases waved curls smoothed close to the scalp, delicately pulling back into a prominent and slightly off-center bun at the back of the head. Great for weddings, proms, galas, cocktail parties, or even adding all that jazz to your standard day at the office, this smart style will have you singing “Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries” while looking just as delicious!

Salon: Main Attraction Hair Studio
Stylist: Tiffany Thames
Model: Chassidy
Make Up: Chandra Peak

 Using the nature of the bun to its advantage, this up-do keeps the hair out of the face, albeit a single swooping wave curls just down, resting snuggly on the forehead. Like the best buns and up-do’s, so too does this one expose the neck and encourages you to bare your beautiful shoulders to complete the sexy, drop-dead gorgeous appeal. Look and feel divinely feminine as the power that is you shines through.

 In a professional setting, this look ensures to keep your hair up and out of the way without sacrificing high class and style. You don’t have to be a fashionista with expensive taste to own this look—a smart dress suit will complement it just fine, granting you the appearance of sleek professionalism with the tact that’s found hand in hand with the most elegant of tastes. Whether you’re professing lectures in Masters courses at University, delivering quarterly keynotes in boardrooms, or even administering medication, taking vitals, and emptying bed pans, you won’t be worried about what your hair’s doing. You’ll be able to focus on whatever critical task or process requires your attention, all while looking stunningly glamorous—yes! Even in scrubs!

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