How to Draw Different Types of Fashion Hair
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Draw loose, wavy curls.
Draw an oval with a face grid in three-quarter view and add a curve to the back of the oval to represent the back of the head.
Using a thin squiggly line, map out an irregular shape that shows where you’d like the hair to lie. Keep it away from the original oval and head for volume. Create a side part that starts on the forehead and goes to the top of the sketched circle.
This type of hair can be huge! Feel free to take up space outside the head while also cutting into the original oval shape. To create a sense of movement, don’t connect all the squiggly lines.
Erase the lines from the face and back of the head. For texture, add a few dots with the squiggly lines to outline of the hair. Add a few short lines by the side part on the head.
Finish the drawing with various types of wavy lines inside the hair outline. Add some tight curly lines and some loose wavy lines, including both short and long and thick and thin lines.