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At Luca Luca, lead hairstylist Ted Charles for Cutler gave the models a deep side part and created a high ponytail at the crown of the head. Then, he wound the pony into an off-center bun, leaving a few ends exposed. “You start with clean, smooth hair and mess it up a bit,” he told WWD.com.
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Tresemme hairstylist Jeanie Syfu created the wild, side-swept strands at Tracy Reese. After parting the models’ hair on one side, she wound small sections around a 1" curling iron, and then finger-styled. Leaving the front half of the hair loose, she gathered the back into a low pony, draping it over one shoulder.
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“The Rodarte look is at once free-flowing and controlled,” said Aveda lead stylist Odile Gilbert, who created the look backstage. To copy this deeply side-parted, sleek style, prep damp hair with Aveda Smooth Infusion Glossing Straightener ($21) and blow dry smooth with a flat brush. Then, create a clean left side part and flatiron hair all over. Then, pin top half of hair back at the nape of your neck.
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Wella lead stylist Eugene Souleiman created this “sexy equestrienne,” off-center ponytail for DKNY. To do, he created a deep side part, and then gathered the hair into a loose side pony. Finally, he applied Wella System Professional Hypercurl ($18) on the length of the ponytail for separation and added texture.
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