Hair Guide 3: 42nd ACM Awards
This a really high-maintenance hair style that you probably only use for special occasions. It's very much a prom hairstyle in that way because it's going to take a LOT of time to accomplish. Make sure you set aside at least an hour or two to get this style completely right, and if you are doing it for something like prom or a special occasion, do a practice run a couple of days before to perfect how you're doing to do it. It's probably useful to have someone help you do this, or even do it for you.
1. Firstly, as day old hair is best for curls, so wash your hair with a curl enhancing shampoo and conditioner.
2. Make sure your hair is throughly dry and curl all over with a 1 1/2 inch barrel curling iron. Try lifting your hair as your wrap the hair around the barrel, as this will give it a little extra lift which will help later when you begin to pin your hair up. Take your time and when you're done give it a spritz of Curl Lock Spray
3. This will take a long time, so be patient and if you get confused, refer to the picture of Taylor's hair. Take a lot of bobby pins that are preferably the same colour as your hair and begin to pin up the curls at the back. This will be fiddly and a pain, but it looks really good when it's finished, so hold in there. It's probably easiest to do this by holding your hair as if you are going to put it in a low-pony and then twisting it up and beginning to pin each curl with the bobby pins to your head. You may want to get a friend to help you with this, because you are going to need to hold it up, which your arms will hate you for after awhile.
4. To give it extra holding power, give your hair a good coat of hairspray to make sure it stays in place and doesn't frizz.
And you are done!
Remember, all suggested brands are just suggestions, and you can use other products to achieve a similar look.