Hair Trends to Try Straight from NYFW & LFW

3.1 Phillip Lim

Mini waves with a center part looks super fresh for spring and summer. Create this look by separating your hair into 4-6 sections (depending on how small a wave you are wanting and how thick your hair is), plait the hair and tie off with a clip or an elastic. Run a pair of hair straighteners over the braid a couple of times, allowing the hair to cool before undoing the braid. Brush out the waves to really create some volume and seal the result with a product that has some hold and helps to create a bit of extra volume and texture, like Label m. Texturizing Volume Spray.

 
 

EMILIA WICKSTEAD

The sweeping side fringe: this styling can be perfect for a more formal affair, whilst also creating a little artistic and creative air about yourself. This look can be achieved with or without a fringe. Take a tail comb and begin to part the hair from the top right or left corner of your face. Gently spray some shine mist to have a healthy glossy finish, like Label m. Shine Mist.

 
 

BURBERRY

At Burberry, hair brushed back into a low or high ballerina bun was the statement style to compliment the collection. The youthful sporty vibe sported slicked back, wet look hair combed tightly into a high bun, accompanied by hair art across the forehead. The other set of models had a more softer look of a low slung ballerina bun tightly fastened at the nape of the neck. To create either of these looks you need to brush the hair back tightly ensuring all lumps and bumps are smoothed down, tie hair into a ponytail before working it into a bun.

 
 

Simone Rocha

Simone Rocha’s models hair was dressed up and decorated to match the ornate dresses. The oversize hair clip trend is all the rage at the moment and a easy way to style your hair. The key to getting it right is use multiple clips of either the same or unlike styles.

 
 

CHALAYAN

Wet-look and combed back was also the trend at Chalayan. To create this Wet N’ Wavy look, start by curling your hair with a regular size curling iron, brush out the curls and then start working some strong hold gel into the roots. Use a medium tooth comb to distribute the product out a little into the lengths, and then start brushing and shaping the hair into a backward motion, which is tight at the sides behind the ears. Blast the hair with lots of super strong hairspray to finish, like Redken Triple Take 32.

 
 

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