Jessica Biel’s hairstylist talks us through her Tom Ford show look

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  • While Tom Ford's successful return to the fashion stage at London Fashion Week last night should have been all about the clothes, we couldn't help but notice front row guest Jessica Biel's hair.

    Her thick blunt fringe was still eye-skimmingly good, and yes, that coveted shine was still present, but the overall style was a retro departure for the beautiful actress.

    Channelling the look of Swinging Sixties babes such as The Ronettes’ Ronnie Spector and silver screen sex bomb Brigitte Bardot, Jess opted for a voluminous beehive that was neatly pinned in at the back.

    But if, like me, you wouldn’t mind recreating the look but believe it’s just too damn tricky, think again, because the man behind the style has given me the lowdown on how to do it. Brilliant, no?

    According to Snowden Hill, global session stylist and senior member of the Fudge art team, all you need is some hairspray (Fudge Skyscraper Hairspray £9.45), a bit of mousse (Fudge Hot Hed Whip High £13.95) and some hair pins.

    He says: ‘Working with Jessica was an absolute delight. She is a lovely woman with incredible hair! To achieve this look I used Fudge’s Hot Hed Style whip before blow-drying the hair smooth. This product acts as a great heat protector whilst calming frizz.’

    He adds: ‘Once smooth, I backcombed the hair at the crown of the head and wrapped it in to a high French roll. Finally, I set the hair with my favourite hairspray, Skyscraper.’

    Go on, give it a go, it will help you nab your very own JT. Honest.


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