Fall Runway Hair From Fashion Week
Fall in Love with The Runway Hair; Hottest Fall Hairstyles
There’s more to fall than just the changing weather! One look at the hottest fall runway hair from fashion weeks and you’ll be ready to change up your hairstyle as well. From easy, organic texture to soft, romantic braids, this fall is all about hair that is sexy, feminine, and totally touchable. Embrace change this fall and stay on trend with inspiration from these easy styles.
Give your hair a break from the flat iron and round brush! At the Proenza Schouler, Vera Wang, and DVF shows, hair was kept simple by enhancing the model’s natural texture. This “undone texture” translates to an effortless “lived in” look.
You can recreate this fall runway hair style at home by applying a texture creme (Bb Texture Creme $28) to towel dried hair and then using your fingers to blow dry (hair stylists call it “rough drying”), or, run out the door in less than 5 minutes by scrunching your locks with the product and letting it dry naturally.
At the Rodarte show John Frieda hair stylist, Odile Gilbert, created a braided masterpiece by braiding strands from each side of the head and fastening it in the back center with a loose textured rosebud, made of the model’s hair. Gilbert paired these sweet braids with soft, natural waves. At the Alice+Olivia show, models wore a wreath of a textured braid wrapped around their heads.
Get this braided inspiration in your street style by creating a three strand braid on each side of the head. Wrap each braid to the opposite side of your head and pin. For a half up look, create a three strand braid on each side of your head above the ears and tie together in the back. Cover the band with a sweet barrette or loose mini bun. Avoid excess fly aways with a silicone product (Paul Mitchell Gloss Drops $12).
Textured Top Knot
Top knots are still a chart topper from the fall runway hair, but with a new twist. Models at the Viktor & Rolf runway show, and the Adam Katz Sinding show, rocked top knots that were softer, with more natural texture, instead of the slicked back and perfect style of last season.
Recreate this look at home by misting a dry shampoo all over (Big Sexy). Using a wide tooth comb, collect and tie hair at the top of your head. With the comb, tease the pony to create soft texture. wrap the teased hair around the base of the pony and secure. Allow loose strands or pretty bangs to frame your face.
From Peachoo + Krejberg to Cynthia Rowley, runways in New York and Milan saw a storm of effortlessly elegant waves. With more product for structure and definition, the waves of choice this season were tighter and more separated than the subtle beach waves of past runways.
Apply a curl gel (Paul Mitchell Round Trip $12) on towel dried hair and diffuse with a blowdryer. Once dry, wrap sections of hair around a 1″ curling iron, leaving the ends out so the curls aren’t too precious. Use your fingers to separate and deconstruct curls for an edgy, modern look.
Bigger was better this season at the Kate Spade and Bottega Veneta shows. For the Kate Spade show, stylist Tommy Buckett with Garnier, created a throwback 70’s wave complete with teasing and high powered hairspray. For the Bottega Veneta show in Milan, Redken’s Guido went for more of an elegant vintage look, with a smooth top and full curls.
Translate these fall runway hair looks to an every day style by using hot rolls for sexy volume. Tease the crown and sides for extra oomph, being sure to use your comb to blend and smooth the tease on top. Finish with a high octane hairspray (Garnier Fructis Full Control Aerosol Hairspray $5) for a va-va-voluminous look.
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September 19, 2013 By: Lindsay Hausch Leave your comments (0), Your input matters.
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