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Is Webbing the New Braiding?

Braids of all variations are always having a major mane moment, but could webbed hair–like the look created by Jon Reyman at the Leanne Marshall Fall 2017 show–replace braids and become the new way to interlace your mane? We are so down with that. The look for Leanne Marshall’s show was a modern take on regal, Victorian hair, resulting in this beautiful, piecey webbing that perfectly complimented her soft, ethereal collection. 


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So, how did Reyman great these gorgeous webs of luscious locks that strutted down Leanne Marshall’s runway? It’s pretty simple, and you can definitely try it out at home. Start at the top of the head with a sleek, shiny center part. Next, section off the hair using tiny elastic rubber bands until you reach the nape of the neck. Then, gather the hair into a low ponytail.


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To give the roots a boost beneath the web, Reyman used Aveda Thickening Tonic Spray to elevate the look and create more volume.  Finally, Reyman used the end of an Olivia Garden comb to separate the different sections of hair within the web to create what he described as an “angelic” look that would pair perfectly with Leanne Marshall’s romantic gowns.


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The webs at Leanne Marshall were much more intricate compared to the effortless, natural textures trend that we have seen on other runways but that’s not to say that the look isn’t here to stay because when it comes key looks seen so far this season, Reyman’s web is a serious contender.

What would you like to see replace the braid trend? Shout your thoughts out in the comments!


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