When it comes to hair and beauty, the gorgeous Leigh-Anne Pinnock is one of the most experimental members of the girl-group and her latest 'do just goes to prove it! The songstress channelled her inner Rita Ora during a performance this weekend and drew gasps (of the good kind, obviously) when she debuted her brand new bangs - kudos to hairdresser Aaron Carlo.
OK, OK, so she hasn't really gone for the chop but we're totally in love with Leigh-Anne's experimental, faux fringe. Not only is it the perfect way to determine whether you'd suit one in reality, but this look would be ah-mazing come party season when the temperamental weather puts your locks under pressure.
So without further ado, here's how you can nab the look in just five simple steps. Don't say we never treat you...
Make sure your hair is dead straight and divide your lengths into five sections. Take a hairband in a similar colour to your locks and secure each section up high, as though you're tying five separate ponytails.
Starting on the left, lift up your 'ponytail' and twist your lengths around the base to make knot-style bun, then secure in place with as many grips as it takes for the bun to stay put. Girls with thicker locks might need a handful!
Do the same with every single section of hair, except for the middle one and veil the baby buns with the KMS California Hairstay Medium Hold Hairspray, £14 to keep them in check.
Right now, you should have four mini buns bunched up close together. Take the middle section and wrap it around the buns but leave the ends free and pull them to the front. Then simply pin the wrapped hair around the buns with some more grips.
It might look a little weird, but the ends of your hair should be dangling over your forehead! Grab a comb, and brush the ends so the strands separate slightly, like Leigh-Anne's.
Finally, dip your fingers into the TIGI S-Factor Molding Wax, £16.90 and pinch the ends for a choppy, zig zag finish - et voila!
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