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The World's Current Biggest 'Hairstyle' Trends You Need to Try ASAP

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With all the pretty ponytails, cool buns, and over-the-top accessories seen on the runways of New York Fashion Week Fall 2019, you're bound to find a hair trend you want to try at home. And since these styles are a preview of what's to come later in the year, you'll have approximately six months to learn how to perfect them—though, word to the wise, don't wait too long to test them out because I guarantee you'll start to see them all over your Instagram come this weekend.

 

THE LOOK: Extra Embellishments

Warning: While staring at this chained ponytail from Christian Siriano, your mind will switch back and forth between a state of astonishment and confusion that never ends. Just how are those chains anchored so perfectly?! Answer: a hidden braid on the crown of the head. Get in on the look by wrapping a single chain around the base of your ponytail or by threading it through your braids.

Extra Embellishments

My one dying wish is to be buried in jewels like this. Models at the Area show wore colourful, bejewelled headpieces tied to their ponytails (as seen here), while a select few wore the crystal strands fastened to their Bantu knots.

 

THE LOOK: Non-Basic Buns

The sculptural hairstyles worn at Cong Tri are the antithesis of the messy bun. More "work of art" than hairstyle, each of these updos incorporates loops, twists, and tucks that might take a few tries to replicate yourself (sorry).

 

THE LOOK: Statement Braids

The uniquely accessorized braids at Chromat lived up to the term “statement hair.” Some had actual tropical flowers attached to the ends, while others featured plastic bottles that had been manipulated into the shapes of flowers for a message about sustainability.

 

Statement Braids

According to the runways of Tory Burch, the longer the braid, the better. Some of the models wore three-strand braids that started at the nape of the neck, while others wore double French braids that joined together. A note for this look: Hair extensions are your friend.

 

THE LOOK: Finger Waves

There are some vintage hairstyles you'd prefer to leave in the past (ahem, mullets), but the finger wave isn't one of them. It might not be the easiest of old-school styles to recreate, but the looks at Zimmermann will have you reaching for your stash of styling sprays and duckbill clips to at least give it a try.

 

Finger Waves

If you need an even easier finger-wave look, try this partial wave as seen on Sally LaPointe models. Focus on creating one "S" wave along your hairline, then tuck the rest of your hair behind your ear to finish.

 

THE LOOK: Sleek, Low Ponytails

Fine, I'll say it: Low ponytails are kind of boring. But the super-sleek styles shown at Cushnie were anything but, thanks to the fact that they were tied off with a single string to create the illusion of being magically tethered.

 

 

Sleek, Low Ponytails

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The silky ponies at LaQuan Smith will make you want to wear your hair parted down the middle and tied in a low ponytail every day—which is a good thing because they're incredibly easy to do.

 

 

THE LOOK: Crimped Waves

Though this crimped wave looks like it was the work of your '00s heat tools, hairstylists at 3.1 Phillip Lim actually created this pattern with your favorite old-school trick: a few braids pressed with a flat iron.

 

 

 

 

Crimped Waves

At Carolina Herrera, the stylists worked with and played up each model's natural hair texture, be it coils, curls, or waves, to get in on the crimped look.

 

 

THE LOOK: Disco Curls

Michael Kors threw it all the way back to the days of Studio 54 for his fall runway show, and the voluminous, brushed-out curls followed the disco theme to a T.

 

 

 

Disco Curls

Hairstylists at Staud played up each model's natural texture (coly hair was around way before the disco years, after all) but added comb accessories to keep the top half of the hair pulled tight. The trick to keeping the combs securely tucked? A small, undetectable track braid.

 

 

THE LOOK: Soft Waves

Though this season's Rodarte show took place in L.A., it deserves a spot on every NYFW trend list because, hi, do you see how pretty these wavy curls look? Softer, looser, and definitively more romantic, shiny waves are the ultimate hairstyle for fall this year.

 

 

The trick to glam waves à la the models at The Blonds is to re-coil each warm strip of hair right after you've curled it, then pin it in place while it cools. After the curls have set, release the pins and brush through with a boar-bristle brush.

 

(source: cosmopolitan.com)

by BROOKE SHUNATONA

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