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SS2015: What We Noticed

With New York Fashion Week already over, we spent some time reflecting on the hair trends we noticed.

There were lots of sleek parts, low chignons, and ponytails- oh the ponytails!  From the Oscar de la Renta, Dannijo, Tibi, Alexander Wang, Rachel Comey, Wes Gordon, Zimmerman, Jason Wu, Opening Ceremony, and Pamela Rowland catwalks.  Ponytails aren’t a new addition to fashion week, but these looks were slightly different from the pony’s we’ve seen in the past.  We saw more texture, fun variations, and the lowest pony’s of them all.

Thanks to @jessica_gillian, @hairjordan, @jamespecis, @tedgibsonbeauty, @cutlersalon, @orlandopita, @heywhatschaplin, @originalmineral@fashionmeetspassion, and @moroccanoil for all the great pics and behind the scenes action.

Inspired much?  Try some of our pony tail tutorials for a fun twist on the classic:

Messy

Bubbly

Topsy Tailed

Wired

Down Low

 



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