Tousled tresses were the crowning glory on nearly all the runways this season, including designer Corey Lynn Calter's show held during the Los Angeles Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Offsetting Calter's collection of sweet dresses and stunning plaid suit ensembles were hairstyles crafted by Jacky Beasse, a stylist at L.A.'s swank Privé Salon. To create the looks, Beasse center-parted the hair and divided it into square sections before wrapping strands around a small curling iron from the ends up to the roots and misting with hairspray. After combing out the curls with his fingers, he backcombed the hair, beginning at the roots and stopping in the middle, being careful not to touch the ends. "The backcombing must be light and smooth," cautions Beasse. "The goal is to achieve a foaming effect." To create these looks for your clients, Beasse offers the following tips.