Are you as excited for spring as we are? Are you itching for a new style? Then these hair trends are for you! We were looking for inspiration and getting ideas for the upcoming season so that we can stay on trend and in the know. We love to help our clients find fun new hairstyles that they have been longing for. It is with this spirit that we share this article with you!
Hairstylist Orlando Pita didn’t want to cut the models’ actual hair into short crops, so he opted to bobby pin the hair up to make each girl look like they had pixies. That’s one hell of a hair hack, especially if you’re sick of wearing your hair down all the time!
Pixies were also seen on the Moschino runway in Milan.
The Wet Look
Hairstylist Holly Smith’s inspo for Jason Wu’s show was “just out of the shower” hair. To create it, she mixed Tresemmé’s Expert Selection Recovery Mask with some shine serum and combed it through section by section. To finish: make a part on the far left side of your head, spritz the look with some hair spray, and go!
Slicked back strands were also seen at: Prabal Gurung, The Blonds, Zero + Maria Cornejo.
Orlando Pita picked five girls to wear an effortless bun to reflect the sporty, beachy vibe of Michael Kors’ spring collection (the rest of the models wore their hair down with waves or curly, if the models’ had textured hair). To achieve the relaxed look of this bun, use your fingers to pull your hair up for that piece-y texture.
Buns were also seen at Cushnie et Ochs, Creatures of the Wind, Marchesa, Badgley Mischka.
Stylist Odile Gilbert wanted the models to have romantic waves with tiny braids throughout. Try out this look to switch up your go-to braided style.
Braids were also seen at Desigual, Nicole Miller, Delpozo, Anna Sui, Carmen Marc Valvo.
The waves at Marchesa were not only super effortless and voluminous, some of the models’ bends were adorned with tiny flowers made of fabric.
Waves were also seen at Adam Selman, Zimmerman, Nicole Miller; hair accessories were seen at Naeem Khan, Veronica Beard, Delpozo.
Guido Palau wanted to emphasize the ease of beauty at Victoria Beckham, so he chose a looped ponytail to give it a polished, yet undone look. Simply pull the hair through the pony twice, and then leave it looped the third time with a little hair falling out.
Ponytails were also seen at: Jonathan Simkhai and Zang Toi.