7 Fashion Week Hairstyles You'll Actually Want to Try
Big, teased hair and way-too-fussy updos aren't exactly doable (or cute enough to try to DIY). These are the looks from New York Fashion Week you'll actually want to recreate
Princess braids at RodarteHairstylist Odile Gilbert for John Frieda referred to the look at Rodarte as, "rocker princess with a cool undone texture." She used a curling iron to put waves into the hair, and then brushed it out to make it look more natural. Then, she sectioned off hair on either side of the face, braided each section, and joined the two braids at the back of the head. To create the rose-like bun, she simply wrapped the ends of the braids around each other, and secured with bobby pins.
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