In the 90s, crimped hair was all the rage... Before being ousted by poker-straight blow-dried locks and floaty curls. After a decade of being forgotten, crimped locks have been getting everyone talking at the Fall-Winter 2016-2017 fashion shows. Take a look at these three modern hairstyles which have been spotted during recent Fashion Weeks.
At the Vanessa Seward fashion show (as seen above), the model goes for subtlety with a chic and minimalistic hairstyle. To recreate this look, crimp your locks strand by strand using heated crimpers . Then brush your hair to tone down the effect you have created. Next, gather your hair at the nape of your neck and tie it into a low ponytail with a transparent hairband. To finish, apply hairspray to ensure maximum hold.
Our advice. Brushing your hair after crimping is a foolproof way of getting a de-styled effect, still highly on-trend this season.
At the Manish Arora fashion show, the model showed off XXL locks. The hair was long, structured by a clear middle parting and crimped from the roots down to the tips. The result? A simple hairstyle full of character!
Our advice. Before using your crimpers, apply a small amount of styling mousse, such as Design Mousse , to damp hair. This will coat the hair fibre, boost shine and help the hair to hold its shape.
At the Veronique Branquinho fashion show, the model's hair was straightened, layered and structured by a middle parting. It was only crimped at the front of the head, from the mid-lengths down to the tips to give a touch of modernity with contrasting textures. Simple and original, this hairstyle is a good compromise before daring to try out the full crimped look.
Our advice. Before using your crimper, don't forget to protect the tips (the most fragile section of hair) with a thermo-protective treatment . By doing this, you can preserve your hair's vitality long term.