If you've been searching for lingerie that you can wear as clothing, extra hair gel, T-shirts worthy of "T-Shirt Time," and the perfect shade of fake tanner, our friends at StyleCaster have got the hair style how-to for you.
To complete your Snooki look (because of all of the Jersey Shore cast members, Snooki would clearly be by far the most fun to impersonate for a night) follow June Senkiew of Cutler Salon's steps to the perfect pouf.
Step 1: Start out with clean hair. If your hair is naturally curly or wavy, blow dry it straight and spritz a heat active texturizer such as Cutler's Volumizing spray. For this look, you'll need a little bit of product in it, be it a texturizer or volumizer to give the look a little hold.
Starting at the top of the forehead, take your bang section of hair and separate it into horizontal segments running parallel to the hairline. Backcomb these sections individually to give your pouf more volume. Start at the root and backcomb your way up the segment of hair, lightly misting with hairspray as you go.
Gauge how dramatic you want the pouf to be, and if you need more volume, go back over the backcombed areas again. Then, lightly brush your backcombed section off the face and work on gently smoothing together and molding the pouf.