Tag: dishevelled

  • Look We Love: I-Don’t-Care Hair

    Mon, 3 March 2014 8:00AM

    Primpers, have you heard?! It’s sassier than Justin Bieber’s bare butt Insta! It’s more electrifying than Miley’s MTV performance! ‘Tis the season to relinquish your hair inhibitions and let your locks find freedom of expression! Drum roll please…and a rapturous welcome to the new wave of I-don’t-care hair. Call it messy chic, if you prefer. A… more



  • Mila Kunis’ twisted bun

    Wed, 1 December 2010 11:22AM

    Well aren’t you a pretty little thing, Miss Kunis? Swanning down the red carpet for IFP’s 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, Mila swapped her trademark ‘70s waves for a fun and frivolous updo that was far from her retro roots. Her tresses were pulled up into a high bun with sections twisted into knots… more

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  • L’Oréal Professionnel Play Ball Beach Fizz

    Tue, 5 October 2010 10:12AM

    A salt spray that delivers intense texture and volume for dishevelled waves or defined curls with a natural matte finish

    RRP $29.00


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  • S/S’11 Sass and Bide’s braided mussed up topknot

    Wed, 22 September 2010 12:35PM

    Lookout London! The fashion pack has moved from the Big Apple to the Big Ben for another week of runway watching and backstage shenanigans. Aussie icons Sass and Bide kicked off on day one by sending Jess Hart sashaying down the catwalk with such an impressive ‘do, I got goose bumps. Textured, mussed up, braided… more

    Hair / How To


  • S/S’11: Charlotte Ronson’s grungy bohemian ‘do

    Mon, 20 September 2010 1:14PM

    Fashion designer/Sam Ronson’s twin Charlotte Ronson sent her modules teeming down the celebrity lined runway at NY Fashion Week last week, proving that the stylin’ ‘70s theme is going to be HUGE this summer Primpers. With barely-there bronzed makeup and a dishevelled, plaited ‘do, this look is part pretty/part bohemian and completely on the pulse…. more

    Hair / How To

    Charlotte Ronson’s S/S'11 show

  • Get sexy, dishevelled, voluminous hair

    Fri, 26 February 2010 1:39PM

    Sexy, voluminous hair was a huge trend on the A/W ’10 runways. It was a little bit raw and messy, dishevelled and slightly undone. And we liked it. A lot. So we asked Paloma Rose Garcia, Master Stylist at Oscar Oscar Salons in Sydney, how we can recreate this style for ourselves. Of course, she… more

    Hair / How To


  • L’Oréal Professionnel Play Ball Anti-Frizz Fizz

    Mon, 2 November 2009 12:07PM

    A quick-dry mist that provides control and long lasting hold with an anti-frizz action

    RRP $26.95


    Reviews (1)



  • A stupidly easy updo when you have 0 minutes

    Wed, 22 October 2008 4:22PM

    1.Using thick-barreled hot tongs, curl your hair haphazardly in one-inch sections then put into thick rollers and allow to cool. This will give the style tonnes of volume and hold. Be as messy as you like. It no matter. 2. Pull out rollers, then taking hair in sections (about two rollers worth), spray with hairspray… more

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