We’ve seen some pretty striking hairstyles this fashion week, all of which we’re excited about since they push the boundaries of our comfort zones as beauty editors. But we know it can be intimidating to take a look from runway to real life, especially if it seems a little too high-fashion and intense. Here are two looks we’ve loved from this week that we want to try ourselves—we dare you to try them at home too.
Peter Som’s “women on the verge” from last Friday were rocking girlish pastel streaks—a new twist on what looked to us a lot like the dip-dyed hair trend. The colored extensions, which were added to models’ natural hair, were created by Wella Professionals color ambassador Aura using a set of metallic pastels. The sassy strands were meant to evoke a “rich girl gone bad” vibe. “I think bright bold colors are going to be a big trend for spring,” said Aura. “It’s going to be this darker to lighter look from roots to ends.”
Meanwhile, at SUNO, lead stylist Odile Gilbert for Kérastase created a Grace Jones-inspired style. The look included an extreme angular front roll paired with a tight, ladylike wet chignon. “It’s simple, masculine and a bit ’90s,” said Gilbert. “It’s a hairstyle that you would do during the summer because it’s full of conditioner.” Gilbert combed Kerastase’s Sublimateur Jour, a leave-in conditioner, into hair before combing it up into a multi-piece chignon at the back of the head.
We’re loving both of these looks! Would you be willing to try one of these at home?
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