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Topknots, twists, and texture! Nothing is off limits for spring 2018. We’ve combed through each show to bring you our absolute favorite looks–below, the best runway hair at New York Fashion Week spring 2018. We’ll be updating this gallery daily, so keep checking back for more. And, don’t forget to tune into our social @maneaddicts for all the backstage action!
Legend Odile Gilbert spiced up straight hair on the Sally La Pointe with graphic, parallel bobby pins.
Proof that sometimes, you really can’t beat the simple things. Oribe’s Global Ambassador James Pecis drummed up this cool girl look for Derek Lam.
Easy and effortless, Redken’s Global Creative Director Guido Palau concocted this half up bun for Victoria Beckham spring 2018.
Karlie Kloss at Brandon Maxwell by James Pecis for Oribe.
Pulled back and wispy by Aveda’s Allen Ruiz at Public School.
Justine Marjan used TRESemme to create ’70s rocker waves for the Alice + Olivia presentation.
Laurent Philippon gave the Mansur Gavriel girls low ponies adorned with the cutest scrunchies.
Talk about slick 💦. Living for this wet and shiny look Anthony Turner created for Prabal Gurung’s spring 2018 show.
Braided loop headbands at Area NYC.
Adriana Lima rocked a seriously lonnnggggg braid at the Philipp Plein show by Tina Outen.
A backside look at the heavily decorated braids at Philipp Plein!
Obsessing over these imperfect, wrapped up bubble ponies by Rihanna’s stylist Yusef for the Fenty x Puma show.
Guido Palau created minimal, middle part looks for the Alexander Wang show which made for the perfect canvas for these party hats!
Wispy at Jonathan Simkhai.
Pretty but slick pompadours by Jimmy Paul at Self Portrait.
Happy slanted buns at the Cushnie et Ochs show by TRESemme’s Global Stylist Justine Marjan
Fluff by James Pecis for Adam Selman.
Kaia Gerber made her NYFW runway debut at Calvin Klein, where Redken’s Guido Palau created effortless, natural hair.
Slicked back and wet at Jason Wu.
Power pixies by Orlando Pita at Tom Ford.
Leather wrapped ponytails at Ulla Johnson by Oribe and Holli Smith.
Gorgeous, oversized side twists by Oribe’s Global Ambassador James Pecis.