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.
“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.
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.