The Best NYFW Spring 2019 Hair Straight From the Runway
Don’t have time to peruse every NYFW runway show? No prob–we’re doing all the hard work for you and curating our favorite looks from NYFW Spring 2019. Below, browse the best looks for next spring to get inspired!
Easy, undone half up topknots by James Pecis–who used both Dyson and Oribe–perfectly complimented Brock Collection’s deliciously romantic collection with an air of western.
Textured tresses and twisted buns adorned with neon string was the look backstage at Prabal Gurung created by Anthony Turner for Wella.
Wild curls flew free backstage at Anna Sui with R+Co.
A little updown, a little downton and always effortless–Tory Burch’s Spring 2019 by Redken’s Guido Palau was all about “natural edge with a little softness” and played off the models’ natural texture.
Summer Sun Hats
The most ethereal, whimsy show perfect for next year’s bride–Jonathan Simkhai’s spring hair was long and sleek with baby braids topped with these gorgeous summer sun hats.
We’re drooling over these unique side front buns at Area.
Thick bangs, big bedazzled sunglasses and foil lips–Jeremy Scott brought his signature over-the-top style for spring.
Swooning over this double twisted low pony at Ulla Johnson secured in place with a woven raffia pony cuff by Esther Langham.
For Cushnie, Ursula Stephens teamed up with TRESemme to create a variety of looks for the show, including center part, braided low ponies and a gorgeous array of turbans.
Loving the ’60s flower power printed headscarves at Kate Spade NY.
Redken’s Guido Palau created effortless luxury hair at Ralph Lauren to fete the iconic American brand’s 50th anniversary.
TRESemme’s Justine Marjan created her signature “half wet” waves.
Rag and Bone
Cool curly girls took center stage at the Rag and Bone presentation.
Low ponies made modern and totally updated for spring! TRESemme’s Justine Marjan artfully played with oversized pins and wrapped ponytails.
Easy effortless hair, but make it cool was the name of the game backstage at Tibi. Aveda’s Frank Rizzeri added Goodies clips randomly throughout the hair for a super unique DIY look.