New York Fashion Week is the mecca for finding trends for the year. From clothes and shoes to makeup and … hair! We saw a hairstyle for every look. Some were sleek and modern and others were an updated look from the past. Use some of these amazing styles to help get your own look on trend this season.
Bardot Beehive – The Anna Sui models had deeply teased beehives. The vintage look was paired with a tousled half-up half-down look for a younger silhouette. Get the look by applying a little mousse to your roots when you hair is still damp and blow dry with a diffuser. Tease your hair at the crown with a comb and pin at the back.
Sleek Bobby Pins – With a few hair pins Carolina Herrera’s models had their face-framing locks pulled back with a classic twist. Follow these instructions to get a similar look.
Beachy Waves – Alexander McQueen’s style took on a surfer vibe with a little salt spray mixed in with waves. Pick a few random pieces to curl and run your fingers through them to loosen it up. Don’t worry about smoothing out the frizz, the added texture will complete the look.
Sporty – Creatures of the Wind just made a messy bun and a cool headband chic. A few wispy hairs around the nape of your neck and around your face add to the disheveled look, no product necessary.
Half Undone – Not quite a bun, not quite a ponytail. Pull the top half of your hair into a thin elastic, only pulling it through half way so that your hair makes a bun with the ends still out. Take the excess pieces and wrap it around the elastic for a finished look.
Cool Braids – Spice up a normal braid by adding in a ribbon. Weave in a black or metallic cloth strip to break up the braid and add some flair. Try this out with a fishtail braid or a tightly bound French braid.
Laid Back Romance – To get this runway look on you own, lightly curl your hair and pull it into a half-up half-down style, leaving the hair around your face free. Wrap the ponytail into a messy bun and pin. Twist the face-framing pieces and pin back into your bun. Set with hairspray.
Updated Pony – Ponytails can be simple, but with a few extra seconds you can make them look intricate. Supima showed off low-set ponytails with a catching design in the back. To get the look yourself simply put your hair into a low ponytail with a deep side part, leaving the front left part undone. Then take the front left quarter gently dipped to the side and wrapped around the elastic band.
90s Grunge – Short bangs, choppy layers, carefree waves and bleach blonde color. This look will go perfectly with high-rise jean shorts and a crop top at summer music festivals and weekend beach trips. The best way to get this look? Don’t brush your hair at all and rock the bedhead style.
Bold Bangs – Designers like Oscar De La Renta highlighted blunt, piecey bangs. This cut looks best with shoulder length hair. Try cutting the bangs straight across or tapered out at the side for a daring new look for yourself.
Using these high fashion looks in everyday styles can be easier than you thought. With a few extra minutes in the morning and affordable products you can incorporate these runway styles into your everyday look. Pair the hairstyles with muted eye colors, dark burgundy lips and matte blush to finish off the style.
Featured photo source: Vogue