The Higher the Hair, the Closer to Mod: Stylebook Styling

Our latest stylebook, Fashionable Phenom, is all about empowering prints and groovy hues. Get down with this quick flick to see how hair stylist Marissa gave model Gnagna this 1970s-inspired ‘do. Think prismatic pairings of transitional pieces with a dash of prep to assist you in appearing sensationally sharp as you pursue your most progressive goals yet.

Laura Vrcek

About Laura

With a passion for events, interviews, and her pet aloe plants, Laura strives to live in a world where writing poetry evokes celebrity status. When she's not planning her apartment's next face-lift, she's either befriending strangers or admiring maps. She has an MFA in Creative Writing, is a member of ModCloth's Charitable Giving Committee, and is an avid appreciator of funky hairstyles and too-hot sauces.

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4 Responses to The Higher the Hair, the Closer to Mod: Stylebook Styling

  1. Alana 06/20/2011 at 8:01 pm #

    Seriously loving your new model, she is beautiful!!!!!! I really appreciate the young women you use to model the clothes, they range in age, ethnicity, and even have tattoos! Thank goodness someone has gotten it right for once :) Keep keepin on :) XOXO

  2. Andie (ModCloth) 06/21/2011 at 3:16 pm #

    YAY! Marissa <3

  3. Rachelle 06/22/2011 at 9:27 am #

    I really like this video- it’s fun to watch! i was wondering though, can you do a tutorial/video ro something to give tips on how to get smooth wavy hair like the girl in your previous look book has? I have naturally wavy hair, but it’s sooo frizzy. I can’t find a way to tame the frizz and enjoy the natural waves. I always end up straightening or curling it. I would like some advice from the experts, please! :)

  4. Lauren Helen 07/03/2011 at 11:04 pm #

    Great video! And gorgeous model!

    *New blog! Watch as a culinarily challenged girl learns to cook! First official blog post scheduled for Wednesday, July 6, at 7pm EDT. Be there!
    culinarilychallenged.blogspot.com

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