It might be the most low-maintenance look of the season. Wet, barely-wrung hair has a youthful innocence that’s also glamorous when paired with bold eyes or lips. Hairstylist Guido championed the trend at numerous shows, saturating strands with argan oil to arrive at a glossy finish all over or just at the roots.
Tousled knots at Diesel Black Gold
Slick with a center part at Alberta Ferretti
Slightly dewy ringlets at Elie Saab
The ponytail is back. But did it ever fall out of favor? The versatile horsetail was worn low and flat, as seen at Reed Krakoff and Ports 1961, tucked under and sectioned off, witnessed at Marc by Marc Jacobs and Herve Leger, or super slicked and damp, as noted at Diesel Black Gold and Donna Karan.
The pony-bun at Marc by Marc Jacobs
Tails that swing at Ralph Lauren
The beachy wave has given way to the urban bend—a loose, louche curve in the hair that’s effortlessly cool and made to look like the models did it themselves. The street-ready style only requires a rough blow dry, subtle curl with the iron, and raking through with the hands to create the right amount of undone-ness.
Laidback body at Givenchy
A cool mess at Isabel Marant
Imaginative touches defined the season’s most memorable updos. At Yves Saint Laurent, teased chignons were secured with cage barrettes, hair pins and errant strands looked chic sticking out at Phillip Lim, feathers made a striking statement at Jason Wu, and pearl-adorned knots stole the show at Chanel.
Mermaid pearl hairpins at Chanel
Piecey buns at 3.1 Phillip Lim
“Light,” “gorgeous,” and “rich” were just some of the words stylists used to describe this season’s voluminous, bouncy blowouts. It’s a return to elegance that doesn’t require much in the way of high-tech tools either. Simply apply a generous amount of mousse, set hair in pin curls, then release and tousle.
Tons of movement at DKNY
Braids got a graceful makeover for spring. Hairstylists created pretty plaits and that swooped around the head, playfully exposing the neck at Valentino, or cascaded down the full length of the back at Michael Kors. At Armani, the inspiration was an elegant woman who’s pinned her hair up without much thought but looks all the more stylish for doing so.
Romantic twists and turns at Valentino
From the back at Valentino
I HOPE YOUR INSPIRED TO TRY ONE OF THESE EASY, EFFORTLESS LOOKS AT HOME! SO SEXY AND NATURAL! I ALWAYS TRY TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE SCOOP AHEAD OF TIME :)
By Candice Manacchio XOXO