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From girly fringe to retro waves, here are the chic hair trends you'll be all about next season.
THE INSPIRATION: TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist Jeanie Syfu created a 'whimsical pony' to go along with the collection's elaborate prints and embroidery.
PRO TRICK: To create the polished ponytails, Syfu applied TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Foaming Mousse root to tip, followed by TRESemmé Get Sleek Perfect Polish Heat Protection Prep Spray before quickly going over hair with a flat iron, "for a sleek finish," says Syfu. Next, she created a center part, and secured two low ponys behind either ear. Then, Syfu tied them into a knot before securing them with a gold string into a low pony along with the rest of each model's hair.
THE INSPIRATION: "A world traveler who roughs it," says hair stylist Orlando Pita. "The collection had a lot of layers and all of the girls are wearing turtlenecks, so the hair is always tucked into the clothes."
PRO TRICK: Apply TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Salt Spray from roots to mid strand, "to give hair roughness and an effortlessly piecey look," says Pita, who purposely left the ends clean. "I wanted hair to lay really flat underneath the clothes," he explains.
THE INSPIRATION: Utilitarian structure as well as blurring the line between masculine and feminine. Syfu created two hair styles on models—choosing whichever best complimented the shape of the clothes they were wearing.
PRO TRICK: To create the ultra smooth style seen here, Syfu used TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Wave Creation Sea Foam while rough drying hair. Then she created a center part while back brushing hair for "a light airy texture," she says.
THE INSPIRATION: Rocker chic set in New York in the late 60s and early 70s—to perfectly pair up with Minkoff's collection full of structured leather jackets, military denim and velvet.
PRO TRICK: Pita sprayed hair with ample amount of TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Salt Spray. Then scrunched sections of hair while blow drying to create tons of texture. Next, Pita added TRESemmé Max The Volume Root Lifting Cream and used a small flat iron to create bend in the fake bangs placed on every model, by flipping it from side to side.
THE INSPIRATION: The girl on-the-go who wants relaxed, believable waves.
PRO TRICK: Syfu used TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Wave Creation Sea Foam on damp hair, followed by TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Salt Spray to add texture. The secret to the style: brushing out waves with boar bristle brush after curling sections with a curling iron. Then, Syfu slightly tucking pieces models' ears and finished creating the look by spraying the style with TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hold Hairspray.
THE INSPIRATION: "We went with an aquatic theme because there's a simplicity to it that balances out the prints and ruffles in the line," says Pita. "And the ponytail becomes more dressed up because of the leather embellishment and accentuates the neck."
PRO TRICK: Blow dry hair straight back with TRESemmé Get Sleek Perfect Polish Blow Dry Balm, while brushing it back but without creating a part. Then apply TRESemmé Tres Two Extra-Firm Control Gel all throughout hair. "Some of the girls' hair was so dry that it soaked it all up so we added TRESemmé Smooth & Silky No Frizz Shine Spray for even more of a wet look," Pita explains.
THE INSPIRATION: "The collection was inspired by seduction—a woman that is a seductress who pulls her hair back and leaves pieces out so it looks undone," says Pita.
PRO TRICK: Create what Pita calls a 'seductress knot' by raking TRESemmé Get Sleek Perfect Polish Blow Dry Balm through dry hair. "Then tie hair in an elastic, pin it into a flat knot and let pieces hang out—and finish with TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hold Hairspray to set the style," he says.
THE INSPIRATION: The strong lines of old school architecture in Barcelona, of which, Pita emulated "with a toughness that still felt natural," he says, by adding a simple update of twists to a classic pony. The effect: "You'll make a bold statement when you leave a party," he says.
PRO TRICK: Apply TRESemmé Get Sleek Perfect Polish Blow Dry Balm to hair from roots to ends then blow dry with a soft boar bristle brush. Next, split hair down the middle and form two French Twists, pinning them in place and then securing both together at the nape of the neck. Finish with TRESemmé Platinum Strength Fortified Hold Hairspray to keep flyways in place.
THE INSPIRATION: "It's all about female empowerment so we decided to have all the models do their hair themselves," explains TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist Ryan Trygstad, adding that the look was specifically inspired by a 90's cool girl vibe.
PRO TRICK: Prep hair with TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Wave Perfecting Gelee while drying hair to lay it down and keep it shiny. Then apply TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Wave Creation Sea Foam to create as much wave to the hair as possible (some of the models amped up their curls with a curling iron) before pulling hair into a ponytail. Finish with a few matte bobby pins on either side of the head. "Each girl had them in different places—some were criss crossed or placed depending on if they have a fringe," says Trygstad.