Fall hairstyles inspired by fashion show
Most Vintage: Dramatic Side-Parted Hairdo
It seems like deep side-parted hairstyle is one of the top hair trends for fall , as we saw it at numerous fashion shows, including Missoni, Emilio Pucci, Prada, Ermanno Scervino, and others. For a very dramatic and sophisticated look create the side part just between the natural center part and ear, so that the hair would naturally cover the forehead.
Most Sassy:Low Messy Ponytail
This simply, yet sophisticated hairstyle ruled at the recent Diane von Furstenberg show. Messy ponytail is very easy to create, classy enough for the office and glam enough for the night out, if paired with a hair accessory or added texture.
Most Fierce: Bouffant ‘Dos
The dramatic sky-high hairdos, seen this fall at Rochas, Peter Som and Gucci, take us back to the 60s. Though it is a major fashion risk, if paired with minimal makeup it can steal the spotlight.
Most Effortlessly Hot: Messy Bun
Main hairdo at Michael Kors, Alberta Ferretti, Chanel and Narciso Rodriguez shows, the messy bun is a rather rough hairstyle. Opposed to the epitome of elegance ballerina bun, messy bun offers a feel of confidence and sensuality and courage. And it also takes some 5 minutes to knot.
Most risky: Wet-looking Hair
Though I still hesitate on whether it is hot or not, the wet-looking hairdo is probably, not the most elegant, but the most comfy one, as you don’t have to spend any time on creating it. If you are running late for work, simply pull the wet hair back and secure with pins, and you will have voluminous wavy hairdo in the evening as a bonus for your hair dare.
Most elegant: Sleek Ponytail
This fall the elegant ponytail is no longer sign of laziness, but a lady-like hairdo for sophisticated and beautiful girls. What makes slick ponytail so classy is the contrast of severely tightened and sprayed roots and the natural softness of the loose ends. To dress up this do’ stylists at Louis Vuitton and Balmain simply wrapped a small portion of hair around the band.
Most glam: Pinned-Back Hair
This trendy hairdo is a great find for second day hair and works gorgeous with eye make-up. All you need to do is take the front section of the hair back and secure it with pins and use a spray with extra hold, to get your playful look ready and beaming like at Missoni and Derek Lam shows.
Most simple: Center-parted Hair
The classic center-parted hairdos are simple, yet beautiful and ultrafeminine, and that is the reason why we have seen them at so many shows, including Giambattista Valli, Oscar de la Renta and Marc Jacobs Either straight or wavy, the center-parted bangs are classy enough for a day at the office and date in a restaurant.
Most unintentionally sexy: Over-textured Hair
If you are sick and tired of slick and glossy hairstyles, this crazy, textured look could save your day. Using a light-hold gel will help creating the curls and texture where needed to make your hair hang freely and vibrantly, like at Marni and Chloe shows.
Most classy: Ballerina Bun
I honestly believe that ballerina buns are real state-of-art hairdos that could make any simple outfit and makeup look perfectly hot. These buns rocked the latest Donna Karan show, and even took our breath away at Molly Sims wedding. And their their creating requires time and skills, the result is worthy of all the effort.
fall hairstyles inspired by fashion show