Old Money Curtains Hairstyle Tutorial

Old Money Curtains Hairstyle Tutorial


Hey everyone, it's Gavin here, and I hope you're all doing well. Today, I'm excited to share my step-by-step guide on how to achieve that timeless "old money" middle part hairstyle. It's a bit of a blend between curtain bangs and a classic fringe, and I'm here to walk you through the entire process. So, if you're ready to elevate your hairstyle game, stick around until the end of this blog post. Without further ado, let's dive right into it.

Step 1: Starting with Damp Hair

Before we get into styling, it's essential to start with damp hair. You can either dampen it in the shower or use a spray bottle to evenly moisten your hair.

Step 2: Creating the Middle Part

Grab a fine-toothed comb and gently brush your hair back to create that sleek look. Now, it's time to part your hair in the middle. Using the comb, create a straight line starting from the crown of your head and brush the hair to each side. There you go! Your middle part is now perfectly in place.

Step 3: Applying Sea Salt Spray

To achieve that effortless texture, I like to use Poseidon Hair's Sea Salt Spray. Spritz the sea salt spray evenly throughout your hair, ensuring you cover all areas. The number of sprays you'll need may vary depending on the length of your hair. For longer hair like mine, six to seven sprays should suffice.

Step 4: Scrunching for Texture

Now, let's breathe some life into your locks. Using a scrunching motion, work that sea salt spray into your hair. This technique not only helps evenly distribute the product but also creates the desired texture.

Step 5: Letting Your Hair Dry

You have two options here: allow your hair to air dry or speed things up with a hair dryer equipped with a diffuser attachment. Personally, I prefer to let my hair air dry. As it dries, you'll notice those natural waves forming—thanks to the sea salt spray and scrunching technique. This gives your hair some fantastic volume and dimension.

Step 6: Applying Grooming Clay

To perfect this style, I like to add a touch of Poseidon Hair's Grooming Clay. Take a small amount, roughly the size of a pea, and rub it between your palms and fingers. Then, evenly apply it to your hair, paying extra attention to the sides, back, and any areas that need a bit more love. This step provides a polished finish to your hairstyle.


And there you have it! The "old money" middle part hairstyle is now ready for you to flaunt. I absolutely adore this look, and I'm confident it'll be a hit this summer. If you're eager to try it out for yourself, the Poseidon Hairstyling products I used in this tutorial are linked here. By supporting Poseidon Hair, you're also helping me create more tutorials like this one.

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