THE LOOK: Volume + Texture
To emphasize the designer’s whimsically femme collection, the runway hair of choice was kept simple, “as if a girl would do it herself,” said stylist Rodney Cutler of Cutler/Redken Salons. Here, a crop is coaxed into full, messy-on purpose curls to show off gypsy-like hoop earrings and a satin necktie.
THE LOOK: Shattered Ends
“Elegant beach look” was the name of the game at Burch’s spring show. Eugene Souleiman, Wella Professionals’ Global Creative Director, paired flicked-out ends with clean, deep side parts and sweeping bangs for a flirty-chic style with contrast. To achieve a “nice, raw, broken texture,” he misted the roots and mussed up strands as he blew hair dry.
THE LOOK: Girly Bobs A collection featuring so many decadent patterns, fun shapes and detailed necklines called for clean, lovely hair with a ton of feminine appeal like this gorgeous bob. Hair was styled from a deep side part for fullness and soft curl at the ends. Topped off with a dark berry lip and bold brows, the overall look had a touch of old-Hollywood glam.
THE LOOK: Easy Pixies The models’ street-style ensembles were complemented by “very sexy hair, but very easy hair,” according to Redken’s Creative Consultant Guido. The looks had slight bend, a little crown volume and ’70s-like fringe. Redken guts 10 volume spray foam and wind blown 05 dry finishing spray helped create the runway-ready styles.
THE LOOK: Center Parts A clean center part paired with barelythere texture created a simple yet polished feel. Redken’s Creative Consultant Guido got the look by working Redken satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion into damp hair, then blow-drying the top flat and smooth with a boar bristle brush. Next, he sprayed the crown with fashion work 12 versatile hairspray to form a clean, distinct hairline and open up her face.
THE LOOK: Soft Crops Designer Karl Lagerfeld wanted each model to have her own natural hairstyle—and this platinum crop with a backset pivot point definitely fit the bill! Soft sweeping fringe resulted in an understated-chic look that didn’t compete with the clothes. “Some [models] had no need for me at all,” joked Chanel’s backstage stylist Sam McKnight.