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ELLE’s beauty editor gets a new hairstyle by Woodley & Bunny at NYC’s TopShop
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Emily Hebert: Hi! I am Emily Hebert, ELLE.com's Associate Beauty Editor, and today I am at the new Topshop store in New York's Soho neighborhood. To celebrate I am going to go inside and get my hair done at the Pop Up hair salon from Woodley & Bunny. Come on, let's go.
Hi! We are here with Erin Anderson, a celebrity hairstylist and owner of Brooklyn's very trendy hair salon, Woodley & Bunny. So tell me, what are you doing here at Topshop today?
Erin Anderson: We are celebrating their grand opening, and we partnered with them to offer complementing hairstyles.
Emily Hebert: I was reading the descriptions for each hairstyle and it sounds like the Miami one is sort of like, you know, one of your clients, Mischa Barton's hair, it's kind of wavy and fitchy, and I kind of want that hairstyle I think. Can I get that done today?
Erin Anderson: Of course, of course. The Miami has been, hands down, the most popular.
I would suggest using a little bit of like a hairspray just for memory and hold. If you unscrew this, you are able to wrap the hair just using the wand, you are never closing, you are never rolling, and it makes it really, really easy, because you can just kind of take it and go haphazard around the head, no partings or sections.
I am going to come from the underneath, just kind of start pressing the hair, so you could put it up in like a little ponytail, hold it out, put some little pieces as the night goes on.
Emily Hebert: I love it.
Erin Anderson: You are ready.
Emily Hebert: So this is the finish look, and I love it. Thank you so much.
Erin Anderson: Very, very welcome.
Emily Hebert: That's it from Topshop, and until next time.