Rebecca Hall Does the Daria, in Real Life

Rebecca Hall Does the Daria, in Real Life

The ‘90s flip secured its comeback last summer, but now the cool kids are rocking it short, longer on one side, and with plenty of highlights. Canadian model Daria Werbowy wears an exaggerated, wind-blown version of the look on the cover of Vogue Paris’ August issue, courtesy of hairstylist Paul Hanlon. It’s perfect for the cover, a bit extreme for real life. But last night, actress Rebecca Hall popped up at the New York premiere of her new film, Closed Circuit, sporting a wearable—and still very cool—version of the deep side part swoosh.

Hairstylist John D. cut the actress’ new asymmetric bob on the set of a photo shoot earlier this week. “Rebecca loves to take risks,” he says. “I’d just given her a new graphic haircut, so we chose to go with full natural hair.”

John used a large dollop of Tresemme’s 24-Hour Body Mousse ($6) before rough drying the hair from the bottom up for added volume and lift. Wrap small to medium sections of the hair around a 1” curling iron, alternating the direction of the curls for full, natural texture—and don’t worry about getting every piece, this look isn’t meant to be perfect.

“Once you’re finished, use your hands to loosen up your curls,” John says. Comb your deep side part and “tilt your head to one side before spraying with Tresemme 24-Hour Body Finishing Spray ($6) for extra volume.”

Helpful tip? Spray the hairspray onto your hand and then spread onto whichever side you’re trying to secure behind your ear to help it lay flat. After that, don’t even think about your hair. The less you care, the better it looks.

EXPLORE: Daria Werbowy, Rebecca Hall, Paul Hanlon, John D, How To, Vogue Paris, Tresemme
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