If Bella, Gigi, and Kendall haven’t already let you know, it’s New York Fashion Week! Celebrities are sitting front row at their favorite designer’s shows, and I’m assuming they pay attention to the runway, and not just their phones? Oh, the luxury of being famous.
Whether you follow the designers closely or just see Heidi Klum updating her Snapchat story, it’s enjoyable to see the visionary spectrum of simplicity to eccentric designs the talented artists portray.
Hairstylists and makeup artists from all over the globe come together to help these designers portray the perfect aesthetic for the runway – And we are here to help you bring these looks from the catwalk to the sidewalk!
Adding a contrasting colored hair binder, wrapping the hair in different shapes, and adding ribbons are definitely making these ponytails statements. Keep it simple and chic, or tussle the baby hairs in front to add more texture to your look.
It’s no surprise that the 60s and 70s are making an appearance in 2018! Shags are projected the be the highest trending haircut this year, and the designers really wanted to display that within their collections. Razor cut shags, Twiggy inspired pixies, and embracing natural, curly texture are definitely the looks we are seeing pop up more in the salon!
Simple pleats to complex 5 strand braids, there are multiple ways to wear this style! For a free spirited, “I just ran through a field of daisy’s” look, choose your favorite braid and pull out on the braid starting from the bottom up. If you’re wanting a chic updo, create a normal 3 strand braid and pin at the nape of the neck.
There really is no right or wrong way to accessorize your hair! The images above showcase multiple bobby pins, flowers, hair wraps, and pearl barrettes. Pair with statement earrings and dewy skin, and you’ll look like you stepped out of a Michelangelo painting!
In 2017, we religiously repeated “I woke up like this!” Well, 2018’s slogan may sound like “Fresh out of the shower!” Thoughts? Add a strong gel at the top of your head to maintain the wet look and the ends dry on their own to showcase texture and contrast.
Will we see you sporting any of these looks at your next visit? Let us know what you think will stick and what you think will stay on the runway!
All images found on Elle.com
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