HOW-TO: Dollhouse Hair/Graduated Bob and Smooth Fringe

Lauren Salapatek | December 17, 2012 | 12:22 PM

Look #1 from Dollhouse: A Mastery Designer Final Collection. Find out how to re-create this severe graduated bob with smooth fringe.

Artistic Direction: Nicoletta Gauci

Hair: Genevieve Strazisar

Make-up: Stephanie Floyd

Fashion Styling: Darryl Anderson

Photography: Jarrel Williams

To see similar looks that are part of this same hair collection:

Dollhouse Hair: Voluminous and Bouncy Curls

Dollhouse Hair: Sleek to Curly Texture Graduation


STEP 1: Prep hair with Lemon Sage Thickening Spray and Awapuhi Hydromist Blowout Spray. Use a medium, round brush and blow dry to create a stable base with volume.

STEP 2: Part hair in a quadrant section pattern and place 1-inch back combed sections in foil, spray with Hot Off The Press and fold foil up as you would with color.

STEP 3: With a flatiron, set to a low temperature. Start from the occipital and work down and stamp over the foiled hair twice.

STEP 4: Remove hair from the foil and brush out each section with a boar bristle dressing brush. Continue throughout the hair.

STEP 5: To finish the hair, work around the head with a dressing brush and create a smooth fringe with a Denman brush creating a flat, smooth appearence. Finish with shine spray.

HOW-TO: Dollhouse Hair/Graduated Bob and Smooth Fringe

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