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
Elaborate updos at Jason WuThis beautiful, sculptural, upswept style was one of the most complicated looks we saw at New York Fashion Week -- but that doesn't mean it isn't doable. To simplify the process, Gilbert, this time for Kérastase, took a small section of hair at the nape of the neck, braided it, and pinned it up against the scalp to create an anchor for the other sections. Then, she divided the rest of the hair into two sections with a part down the middle, and crisscrossed the sections over the back of the head before pinning each side in place. She took the hair that was left and rolled it underneath, securing it into the braid. "The braid is the anchor to hold the tuck," she explained. Finally, she accented it with a shiny silver clip.
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