Here are some of the spring 2016 hair trends on the runway and you can rock them with your natural hair.
Let your hair do its thing
At Stella McCartney, Eugene Soulieman summed up spring 2016 hair as “celebration of the individual”. Which translates into let your hair do it’s thing. Whether you have defined curls or full, wild kinks, be proud of what your hair does and rock it.
Another effect of the trend toward individuality? Ease. “I wanted something that would inspire the real woman to recreate the look at home,” said hairstylist Antonio Corral Calero, who created the whimsical, yet simple, twists at Marchesa (above). Similar knots in varying degrees of distress (things got windblown at Tory Burch and Rag & Bone) dominated the runways, but the common denominator was that they were all nape-level. Top knots are out; low buns are in
Bold hair accessories
Far from add-ons, accessories are the main attractions this spring. Temper boyish outwear and wellies with sweet tiaras like at Saint Laurent (left), distract from texture that could give away the fact that you partied until the early a.m. by throwing in some ’40s-inspired Marc Jacobs pins or weave gold thread through your updo like at Alberta Ferretti for the most Pinterest-worthy wedding hair of all time.
“You can put on a fake bang and change your whole look” said Guido Palau (hairstylist at Prada and Alexander Wang shows).
They borrowed this one from us.
This seasons braids are tight, streamlined and functional – a major shift from the loose bohemian braids we’ve all come to know. These tight braids graced the runway at the Valentino show.
Flower hair pieces
Models at Diane von Furstenberg and Anna Sui shows tucked a clusters of bright tropical flowers in their hair as they graced the runway.
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