Wednesday Addams' Rave’N Dance Hairstyle: Get The Look in Five Easy Steps

Since its release on Netflix, the supernatural dark comedy “Wednesday” has been making rounds online thanks to Jenna Ortega’s superb portrayal of Wednesday Addams. From makeup to hairstyle, people all over the Internet have been creating different content about the series -- most especially the viral Rave’N Dance scene.

Wednesday dance

If you want to take your shot at recreating this iconic scene and already have your outfit, makeup, and dance moves ready, and your only problem is the hairstyle -- don’t worry, we’ll break it down for you in five easy steps!

Preping hair for styling
Prep your hair for styling with a hair mousse to add grip and hold to your locks. Try the Schwarzkopf OSiS+ Grip Extreme Hold Mousse 200ml (P1,100) this provides strong hold and massive volume with added shine.
Parting hair in the middle
Part your hair in the middle. If you currently don’t have bangs (and aren't planning to cut your locks just for this look), leave out a few strands on the front part of your hair.
Mimic the classic Wednesday Addam’s hairstyle
Mimic the classic Wednesday Addam’s hairstyle and braid your hair on both sides.
Lift your braided locks over the opposite sides
Lift your braided locks over the opposite sides of your head and secure each braid with hair pins.
Lock your hairstyle with the Bed Head by TIGI Hard Head
Since you’re going to be moving your head around a lot for the dance, lock your hairstyle with the Davines This is an Extra Strong Hairspray: For Maximum Hold 100ml (P1,450).

Video Source: @tinaprokas

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Once you have the complete look, you’re all set to shoot your video, and show off your moves to this trend! Cue “Goo Goo Muck” by The Cramps.

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