Get the Gatsby Look

Jan Hillenmeyer | April 10, 2013 | 2:08 PM
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Retro finger waves top off a short, head-hugging bob.
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A vintage roll is the perfect compliment to a little, feather-adorned period hat.
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Long hair glamour with full, natural waves.
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The look for Gatsby himself is short at the sides and back with a longer top and a “Tony Curtis-style” quiff.
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Waves and curls dress up a medium-lenggth bob. Hair: Pierre Alexander and his artistic team. Photography: Rory Lewis. Make-up: Nita Malata. Fashion Stylist: Steven Spencer.
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a likely contender for “great American novel.”  Set in 1920’s era New York and Long island, it is a timeless story of love, ambition and class conflict..  As Hollywood is set to release its newest screen version of this classic, Pierre Alexander, a star in his own right, has created Gatsby: The Great Hair Collection for 2013.

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