The short and lovely straight cropped bob with side-swept bangs is created sleek and slicked down. The luscious and smooth hairstyle is excellent for people who are looking for a stunning and cool style that is simple to style with product and low-fuss to maintain with the help of regular trims. The various glamorous layers make the whole style look more voluminous and full of life. The fashionable hairstyle can earn you many admiring glances.
Ellen Barkin Hairstyles Styling Tip
Create great layers to add texture and shape to the whole look. Leave the top area relatively smooth and straight and create layers. The fullness of the style is at about ear level. Create some side sweeping bangs to pair the smooth glossy hairstyle. Keep the length about the neck level to add more style and charm to the whole look. Apply a small amount of hairspray to keep it shine and neat.
How to Get Hair Like Ellen Barkin
1. Use a medium radial brush works well on the medium to long hair types. It can help make the wavy or curly hair textures neat and straight hair voluminous. A pure bristle radial brush is an ideal option as it doses no harm to your hair.
2. Blow-dry the nape/back of the hair, position your comb on top of the section and blow-dry down from the roots and with tension. Next, put the blow-dryer under the hair and go on to blow-dry the ends out. Follow the comb with the blow-dryer outwards. For fuller flicks, hold the ends out and roll them up into the comb and apply the heat longer.
3. To blow-dry the sides, pull out the first sections from the front and fix the other hair up. Position your comb on top of the section, and starting from the roots, blow-dry down with tension. Next, position the blow-dryer under the hair and go on blow-drying the ends out. Repeat the step until the hair becomes dry.
Blow-dry your bangs to the side, part your hair up and pin the hair back to leave only bangs out. Be sure your bangs are damp to make blow-drying effective. Next, take your comb and position it under the hair and then begin blow-dry from the roots, creating more tension to the hair. Slowly drag your part down to the ends and go on until dry.