New York Fashion Week went virtual this year, but that hasn’t stopped designers from showcasing their latest innovations for next season, accompanied by stunning hair looks. Brands like Oribe at Bumble & Bumble, the top hairstylists in the industry kicked off fashion month armed with personal protective gear and plenty of hair spray, ready to get models ready for the runway – or in what case ready for the camera.
Ahead of the best hair trends for spring 2021.
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To complement the romance and femininity of the Cinq à Sept collection, educator Oribe Mandee Tauber created effortless tousled waves with a large curling iron. First, she prepped the hair with Oribe’s Mystifying Restyling Spray, then dried with a flat brush. A few inches from the root, Tauber curled 2-inch sections with a 1 1/2 barrel curling iron, creating an S-wave pattern. To finish off the look, she applied a texturizing spray to tousle the waves. and an anti-humidity spray to harden.
In one of NYFW’s few live shows, Christian Siriano showed off his Spring 2021 collection at his Connecticut home. The hair look was a polished take on messy buns – or as professional artist Sebastian Professional Anthony Cole calls them, “abstract buns”. To achieve the abstract look, Cole prepped the hair with clay before parting it into two ponytails. Twisting the hair in an upward motion, Cole pinned the bun periodically and used hairspray to lock the wedge into place.
For Christian Cowan’s 70s-inspired collection, Bumble and Bumble hair manager Evanie Frausto referred to the story. “At first glance, you see a lot of ’70s punk-glamor, but the foundation goes much deeper than that,” Frausto said in a statement. “We are living through a historic movement, and people are no longer silenced. They speak loud and clear – and that hair speaks the same language. So, there’s nothing subtle – it’s bold and strong and in your face; colorful and glittery with great sharp moments. The main thing was to make sure that each talent had its moment to shine and feel empowered in its own skin. “
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Editorial hairstylist Rachel Lee created two looks for Kate and Laura Mulleavy: romantic soft waves and a chic updo. “The hair this season was about organic feminine strength,” she said in a statement. Wave and texture were created with the idea that softness is powerful. Allowing the elements of nature to change the appearance throughout the day; a texture that the sun can pass through and move freely with the wind and layers that can be one with the flowers. ”
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