Beehives are among the best and most beautiful vintage hairstyles out there. Made famous by the likes of Audrey Hepburn, a bouffant is the kind of updo that brings an instant touch of glamor to any look. If your style repertoire could use a little boost - literally and figuratively speaking - it could be just the 'do you've been looking for. Find out how to make the style your own by following the tutorial below!
Get the look
After washing and towel-drying your hair, apply a volumizing mousse evenly throughout and blow-dry. Once everything is about 85% dry, flip your head upside down and finish drying. This will create extra root lift and give your hair plenty of body right from the get-go.
Leaving the front sections of hair and bangs alone (clip them out of the way if it's easier), spray the roots on the top and crown of your head with a volumizing spray.
Use a fine-tooth comb to tease the hair you just sprayed. Working in sections, push the hair back on itself and be as gentle as possible.
Lightly smooth a little un-teased hair over the top and smooth it into a half-up beehive. Secure at the back with bobby pins.
Gather the rest of your hair up into a chignon, rolling and pinning sections on top of each other in the same place you secured the beehive. Pop your headband on then mist generously with a strong-hold finishing spray.