自然长度Hair that flows free, full of movement, styled simply with water, like at Stella McCartney or just touched up by hand, hairstylists certainly weren’t pushed for time backstage when styling this look. The natural look is the biggest trend of this season, letting hair speak for itself.
The sleek wet look
We haven’t seen the last of wet locks tucked behind the ears. Although the same concept was seen on the Spring/Summer 2017 runways, where hair was perfectly straight and lacquered, next season’s look is more relaxed with added height. An effect created with just a simple swipe of your hand.
All eyes were on a handful of models from New York to Paris thanks to their highly pigmented, brightly-colored hair. From canary yellow to electric blue, along with fluorescent pink, when it comes to color this season, anything goes as long as hair is well hydrated and cared for.
Super short bobs
Definitely one of the star styles from Fall/Winter 2017-2018, we’ve already seen some models wearing it. Lengths must brush the earlobes, along with a slight trim to give it a youthful yet edgy effect.
Two slightly retro accessories made their comeback this season: the hairband and the headband. Whether it’s bourgeois, fur, crystal-encrusted, sporty or in black leather, find something that enhances your hair.
The bowl cut
Catherine McNeil set the tone just a few days into New York Fashion Week: the bowl cut is back. The model’s hair was cut by Guido Palau backstage at the Alexander Wang show, with a new 90s-style tomboy-cut, a style that was copied throughout other shows for the nicest surprise of the season.