If you’re not able to make it to one of the four cities during fashion month to see the shows firsthand, Instagram is the next best thing to snagging a seat. If seeing snaps of all of the models getting their hair and makeup done backstage, learning about new hair products before they launch and getting the scoop on hair how-to’s are your thing–then we’ve rounded up all of the hairstylists you need to follow all fashion month long.
Scroll through the Mane Masters you need to follow to glam up your feed during fashion month and everyday thereafter.
As TRESemmé's Global Stylist, Justine leads the lewks for shows like Creatures of Comfort, Cushnie et Ochs and Alice + Olivia during NYFW. Be sure to stalk her IG as fashion month unfolds for some serious BTS footage and continue to do so afterwards for some major manespiration as Khloe Kardashian, Olivia Culpo and Ashley Graham are just some of the stylist's frequent clients.
This season, Holli Smith will be a TRESemmé NYFW Stylist leading the hair backstage at Jason Wu and and Sally LaPointe. In past seasons, Holli has given her followers a glimpse into the entire hair process and fast-paced scene backstage at all of the shows that she styles. When she's not busy prepping models' manes for the runway, her feed is an editorial feast for the eyes as the stylist is the woman behind the lewks for recent campaigns like Balenciaga's Spring 2018 paparazzi-esque shoot.
As the SVP Creative Director of Aveda Antoinette Beenders leads the hairstylists backstage at shows during NYFW as well as all of Aveda's editorial and campaign shoots. The stylist gives her followers a chicly curated glimpse into all of her work with Aveda - during fashion month and beyond.
Beppe D'Elia is a lead hairstylist for L'Oreal Professionnel and celebrity hairstylist to stars like Jessica Chastain and Dakota Johnson. In past seasons Beppa has made an appearance backstage in New York, Milan and Paris and gives his followers a look into prepping models for major runway shows as well as editorial shoots.
Last season, Kien Hoang, Director of Content and Training at Oribe, joined the Oribe teams of hairstylists backstage at shows like Chromat, The Blonds and Kenzo. His feed is a wonderland for anyone who wants to spot next season's hair trends as they are born on the runway.
If you're looking for a hairstylist to follow that posts art-inspired styles with major depth, Joey George is your guy. Last season, Joey George lead the Oribe team for Rochambeau to create voluminous yet smooth styles for the show that were inspired by artist and sculptor Aaron Curry. Follow for his NYFW footage but stay for his distinctly artistic styles.
Streeter's Artist and Global Artistic Director of Bumble and bumble, Laurent leads Bumble and bumble stylists backstage at shows like Zadig & Voltaire, Club Monaco and Gypsy Sport. Aside from his runway work, Laurent is a must follow for his legendary editorial work - both recent and in the form of #tbt's.
Following Guido Palau is like stumbling into the holy mecca of hair posts. From cover shoots featuring Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber to leading the hair backstage at shows like Versace and Marc Jacobs , the Global Creative Director of Redken's page is a source of the most major manespiration.
Tina Outen's IG page is sure to add some major glitz to your feed. The Streeter's Artist posts share her backstage view at shows during New York and Milan fashion weeks and whats more? Her own pink hair will give you major unicorn hair vibes.
Rodney Cutler of NYC's Cutler Salon takes you from the salon floor to backstage at NYFW shows via his Instagram page. When he's not prepping runway hair, he's showing off his staff's work on color transformations for celebrities like Hailey Baldwin and Eva Longoria.
Oribe artist James Pecis' IG page is a beautifully curated glimpse into his journey backstage at shows in all of the major cities during fashion month. The stylist has prepped models' names for shows like Etro, Simone Rocha and Brandon Maxwell.
Last season Odile Gilbert worked with the TRESemmé team at NYFW on shows like Jill Stuart, Monse and Jonathan Simkhai. Follow for the NYFW content but stay for the celeb-filled cover shoots that she styles throughout the rest of the year.