For many women, spring often means a change of hairstyle is on the cards to freshen up your look. Discover the top 5 cuts spotted on the Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Week runway shows…
Wavy lengths on the Diane Von Furstenberg catwalk. Wavy lengths were big news for winter 2014 and are set to stick around this spring. This style is ideal for all hair types and lengths and will instantly add a glamorous touch to your outfit. Wear yours with a side parting or part in the centre depending on your individual taste. A must-have for this look is creating the perfect waves that appear lightweight and natural. Highlights will lift your style and add dimension.
Oscar de la Renta’s low-slung ponytail look. Oscar de la Renta sent its models down the runway with hair gathered at the nape of the neck and slicked towards the rear. This parting-free style is a classic and remains timeless whilst opening up the wearer’s face. If you’re planning on wearing a bold make-up look or a pair of statement earrings, this style is the ideal choice thanks to its simplicity.
Slicked back bangs spotted on the Rebecca Taylor runway. Add boyish charm to your look with this minimal style. Start by creating a deep side parting, slick back your bangs and finish by tucking your front sections behind your ears to open up your face. Bring your hairstyle up to date with a subtle sheen; Shine Spray will leave your locks looking glossy and vibrant.
Maison Martin Margiela sends the wet-look down the catwalk. Searching for a style with wow-factor? Look no further than the wet-look to re-create mermaid-esque locks. Yes, the wet-look is on-trend yet again this season. Wear with loose lengths and run your fingertips throughout your style to add a messy effect. This is the ideal combo to freshen up a smart outfit whilst remaining feminine.
Lacoste’s side-swept bangs. One of this season’s must-have styles; models were styled with long, thick lengths that hung loosely around the face. Mix up your regular hairstyle routine and try out this look with a chignon or ponytail for added oomph. This runway cut is a great alternative to the standard fringe as it requires less maintenance and does not need to be trimmed as frequently.
© PixelFormula, Spring-Summer 2015 prêt-à-porter runway shows © Jean Louis David