Rebecca Romijn has a layered short hairstyle. There is a crooked side part featured in her blonde hair that gives character to this
wavy carefree style. When we look closely we can see the new growth is similar to a dark ash blonde.
Her hair likely has a good body wave and this is where we see the lazy dips of waves and tendrils about her style. The heaviest
portion of her hair is on the top/bang area that covers part of her forehead and over to the side. The rest of her hair also winds
back in threads to meet the back that is gracefully flipped up.
To experience this type of hairstyle for yourself, the main idea is to acquire a good body wave for your hair type. All you need
is the proper haircut and a bend for curl in your hair. No fluff or pouf. Your hairstylist will be using large perm rods to assure
you have this mode. After you have gotten your perm, remember not to wash your hair for at least three days, as your perm is still
processing. When you do wash your hair, apply your styling gel and semi dry your hair positioning your hair where you desire.
Blow drying or use of the curling iron will loosen up your curl and dry your hair out even more after your chemical service. Tip:
Any tinting or a light body wave or perm is good to have if you have naturally oily hair, as the porosity (when the scales in your
hair are open) in your hair soaks up the oils and conditions in an inartificial way when you brush your hair from the scalp. All
of this makes it easier for you to style your hair.