How to Get Model Casting Hair

It’s been made very clear this fashion week that when it comes to the hair, it’s all about going natural. Instead of having models conform to one distinct look, designers and brands have been embracing diversity and the models’ individual looks to create styles that work with their natural texture.Case in point: the “casting hair” created by Aveda’s key stylist Antoinette Beenders for Tome’s Fall 2017 runway show. And TBH, we are living for this trend because it saves us time and gives our precious strands a break from heat tools.

Antoniette Beenders Backstage Tome Fall 2017

“The designers wanted the girls to look like they’re going to a casting. So, we looked at each individual girls’ hair and enhanced what they naturally have, but still left it super natural, says Beenders.

Aveda Tome Backstage Fall Winter 2017 Collections New York Fashion Week

And, you don’t need a ton of products to recreate model casting hair on your own, because it’s all about enhancing your natural hair. Beenders suggests using Aveda’s Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil to instantly add moisture and shine and to bring the hair back to life. Another tip? For super sleek and healthy hair, use Aveda’s Damage Remedy Split End Repair on the ends before you blow dry to seal in the product and repair split ends.

Aveda Tome Backstage Fall Winter 2017 Collections New York Fashion Week

Aveda Tome Backstage Fall Winter 2017 Collections New York Fashion Week

Sounds like a win to us! We are loving this trend towards embracing our natural hair texture and love seeing all the hair diversity on the runway, what about you? Let us know in the comments below and shop our gallery below.


For more NYFW #manespiration, check out @Aveda and @AntoinetteBeenders!

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