SS 2014 Fashion Week Must-do Hairstyles
Inspired by the hottest designer shows that hit New York’s runways, we bring you a list of must-do hairstyle trends for SS 14! These upcoming seasons, anything natural and effortlessly chic is a yes. Hair will be natural and a little messy, an indigenous relaxed look.
Lose Braided Hair:
The perfect quick fix to a not so good hair day. Not to mention, the amazing waves you have at the end of the day!
Rachel Zoe’s NYFW Lead Hairstylist says:
“The look is inspired by a girl in a safari; she may not be able to wash her hair for a couple days. There’s a lot of texture, a lot of braids. We pull some pieces out that fly away. It’s about simplicity and feeling hot.”
Canyon Clover Lead Stylist Linh Nguyen says:
“I’ve been seeing a lot of braids and natural texture. Pony tails and top knots are always in along with a classic straight back pony.”
Lose Up-dos and Chunky Textured Hair
Bummy meets chic. A perfect get up and go up-do!
Inspired by Michael Kors:
The hair stood out second to the clothes, female models wore loose messy knotted bun that was held by bobby pins. Large chunks of hair were pulled out from the bun to give an even more undone, on the go kind of look to the hair. Male models wore their hair with plenty of texture and swiftness to it.
Classic, Natural Mid-Parted Hair
You can never go wrong with the classic, parted down the middle look. With a sleek straight look, or adding neutral soft waves, this style brings a great amount of focus to the face. A warm blush on the cheekbones or a natural contour tops off the look.
Vivienne Tam, Redken Rag and Bone
Vivienne Tam’s stylist on Shanghai theme:
“The hair was a departure from the demure chignon young women wore at the time…for Spring 2014 it was parted in the middle straight, sleek with an unfinished ends.”
Everything To The Side
Although parting down the middle will always remain classic, we’re seeing a lot of side parting on the runways! Whether you are doing the loose soft bun/braid or sleek straight, parting it sideways will give it more volume, while still remaining effortless.
Inspired by: Helmut Lang, Sachin and Babi, Pamella Roland
Pamella Roland Hairstylist (far right): “The hair is a 60’s mod bouffant inspired by Brigitte Bardot. Using a round brush to build texture and back comb it to build volume. We’re setting intentional bobby pins, also using a leather ponytail.”