Hair Highlights: Our Rundown of the Top Hair Trends of Fashion Month

Brother Vellies  cc: Beauty Fashion Brother Vellies  cc: Beauty Fashion

 

This Month we’ve seen everything from Opening Ceremony’s beautiful ballerina hair to the more disheveled look of Rick Owen’s model’s wearing each other.  We’re giving you a run down of our top five hair looks from Fashion Month, and the scoop on how you can achieve the look at home.

5. The Chic Comb-Over

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The comb-over is no longer your dad’s (or presidential candidate’s) hairstyle. This Month everyone from Gucci to Rag & Bone seemed infatuated with the idea of side-swept hair that seems like it’s hiding its own little secrets…

4. The Middle Part (Again)

Tanya Taylor  cc: Harper's Bazar Tanya Taylor  cc: Harper’s Bazar

The Middle Part has been the go to hairstyle for a few seasons. But, as we saw at Milan Fashion Week our love affair with the 70’s and the middle part aren’t go anywhere. Designers like BCBG and Desigual gave us different plays on the middle part. Some hair was slicked down and staright while others opted for beachy waves ot soften the blunt part or opted fro disheveld layers to create texture.

3. The Farrah Fawcett

Diane Von Furstenburg stole the show at Fashion Week when she sent a hoard of models down the runway that looked like 70’s covergirls.  To compliment the effortlessly sexy silhouettes and sun-kissed skin, the DVF team gave their models off center parts and luscious curls.

2. The Shaggy Rocker

Marc Jacobs took ques from his favorite rock legends for his SS16 collection. Channeling Joan Jet, Guns N’ Roses and Mick Jagger, the models dawned chin length frayed bobs. The bangs fell at eye length and the hair was cut in a disheveled, yet chic manner.

1.     Playground Hair

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The ponytail has never gone out of style. It never will, as long as it remains the easisest way for us to look elegant, youthful and chic when we’re on the go. This season numerous designers offered their own twist on the ponytail. Wes Gordon reintroduced the metal-wrapped long ponytail while

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