On many of the Fall 2016 runways, I saw lived in, rough hair, and styles enhancing the natural texture of the model’s hair. The hairstyles at designer Tanya Taylor’s show was no different.
I am loving this undone, easy, breezy style I keep seeing during Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week. Bumble and bumble stylist Allen Wood created a hair look for designer Tanya Taylor’s show that was a “ruffled, gauzy, slept-in texture. Soft, natural waves with roughed-up ends” that reminded me of cool-girl Dakota Johnson, 26, and her effortless style. Copy it below with his expert tips!
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Allen told us:
“The inspiration was a girl with disheveled hair that’s been slightly frayed from napping in the grass of a secret garden. To get the look, we’re hand drying a rough, matte texture into the hair.
On the girls with silkier, more straight hair with less texture, I used a new product launching in April called Surf Foam Spray Blow Dry. It has a soft grip and memory that will help dry a bend and waves into the hair, while also adding that surfy, roughed-up texture. On everyone else I used Surf Spray.”
Undone Waves: Hair At New York Fashion Week — Seen At Tanya Taylor
Here’s how to get the style with Bumble products:
“Twist and coil the sections and blow dry thoroughly. Continue to section hair and blow dry throughout. Once all hair is dry, break apart each twisted section with fingertips and apply a small amount of Prêt-à-powder to rough-up and “fray” the twists. Spray Dryspun Finish throughout, making sure to massage a little into the crown to give a slept-in feel. Finish with Does It All Hairspray throughout.”
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Do you like wearing your hair’s natural texture? Do you watch the trends seen at New York Fashion Week?