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
From stunning styles to techniques we've never seen before, the stylists backstage never disappoint -- and Fall 2013 may go down as the best season ever for truly amazing hair.
While the hairstyles ranged from straight blowouts to elaborate braids, they all had one thing in common: They were high on pretty and low on fussy. Gone are the days of intentionally frizzy, wild, and wacky. "Right now, it's all about natural-looking hair ," says Tresemmé Celebrity Stylist Jeanie Syfu. "Even if I'm using a curling iron, I'm brushing it out to make the waves look less perfect." And since a non-perfect hairstyle is so much easier to achieve than some of the overdone looks of seasons past, this is good reason for all of us non-hairstylists to celebrate.
Want to see the styles that had us ducking into the bathroom backstage to try them ourselves? Check 'em out -- plus get the inside scoop on how to do the looks at home.
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