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
Twisted waves at Timo WeilandWhen we arrived backstage at Timo Weiland, all of the models were wearing chic chignons in their hair. It wasn't until we spoke with L'Oréal Professionnel Lead Stylist Joseph DiMaggio that we learned that the buns were not the final look -- they were simply being used to create the perfect S-shaped waves that went down the runway.
DiMaggio braided the hair in three sections and then wrapped the braids into a bun. The hair was allowed to set while the makeup team worked, and then it was released right before the show. "It's a girl who's going out on the weekends; she's a feminine tomboy," he said of the inspiration. And we love that it's a curling iron-free way to get such pretty waves.
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