Models at Desigual wore big curls—the epitome of sexy hair!
Orlando Pita, New York Fashion Week Ambassador for TRESemmé, wanted models at the Diane von Furstenberg show to display “natural waves fresh from the beach, just tucked behind their ear with a flower that’s reminisent of the 1970’s.” When creating the look, use a soft bristle brush to brush out the waves and lightly tease the front section to create soft volume.
Daniel Silverstain’s spring collection focused on lace and crochet textiles coated in metallic gloss. To compliment the look, models wore blunt bangs for a playful, super-wearable look that is dimensional and defined.
The back knot, spotted at the Nicholas K. show, is a modern twist on the classic top knot.
This sleek, modern hairstyle found at Cushnie Et Ochs show can easily be translated off the runway. Section off all of the hair at the very top of the head from the hairline to 3” back, then apply a generous amount of Moroccanoil Smoothing Lotion for smoothness.
Semi-messy, down-the-middle parts found on the runway at Nicholas K added balance to the models’ faces.
“It’s a new softer look for our Hervé Léger girl this season, she’s still creating a strong statement with the braid but we’ve played with making this more relaxed with purposely pulled out with loose pieces that frame her face and create beautiful movement when she walks,” says Orlando Pita, New York Fashion Week Ambassador for TRESemmé.
Even if you aren’t having a bad hair day, headscarves are a great way to stylishly compliment your clothing.