If you've just been to the hairdresser and a passing wind whips up your coiffure, don't be mad be happy.
This season, the deliberately disheveled hairdo is the height of style. Top stylists like Oribe, the hair maestro at the Elizabeth Arden Salon, are making sure their customers leave the shop looking as if an errant breeze had already dislocated a lock or two.
"It's a way to make the popular 60s bouffant look younger and more modern," Oribe said. What Oribe does is set, tease and arrange a coif the usual way. Then he coaxes some pieces and tendrils out of place.