How to get the hair flip at home

One look that we can’t get enough of is the hair flip, which works best on shorter cuts, like the bob. A little kick at the ends of the hair, the flip makes all the difference to the way a short cut is styled – it’s a small detail with a big impact.

Part of getting this look right is about the haircut, says Luke.

“You need a fairly blunt, chunky end, but the thing that really gives the style movement and texture are invisible layers through the underneath section – it takes a lot of the weight out from the centre of the hair.”

– Luke Hersheson

Where the hair is thickest, at the nape of the neck, your hairstylist needs to thin out the hair to allow for movement, rather than creating a classic, graphic bob.

Cut aside, Hadid’s method to create the flip couldn’t be easier. After applying a little styling cream (our Almost Everything Cream would be perfect for this) and some hair oil, Hadid parts her hair in the middle, then pulls it back into a tiny ponytail.

Once it’s dry, she lets it out and has a natural flip. Shared in a video, created with her hairstylist Chris MacMillan, the easy hack couldn’t be easier.

Why not try it?