Fall / Winter 2019 Fashion Week is taking place in New York from February 7 to February 15. BeautyHack has chosen five hair trends that (if properly adapted) are appropriate and good in everyday life!
From rhinestones and chains woven into simple low ponytails, to voluminous styling with faux flowers and feathers in hair like Kate Spade and Marc Jacobs. The general trend is this: the simpler or even more careless strands are laid, the larger the accessory can be. The main thing is to understand that behind the most uncomplicated styling, most often there is a couple of hours of professional work.
Super long hair
Girls with hair like Rapunzel not only walk the catwalks this season, but also pose on the red carpet. At the Grammy ceremony, for example, it was possible to arrange a competition for the longest strands. Lilly Singh, Tracey Ellis Ross and Janelle Monet would participate.
Guido Palao, NYFW stylist and global creative director at Redken, advises giving long hair a slightly grungy look in everyday life. To do this, you can use a leave-in conditioner to work the hair from the middle of the length. This is exactly what they did in the photo below.
Striving for simplicity in styling is one of the main trends of the year! They offer to "come off" on accessories: chains, satin and velvet ribbons and brooches. At the same time, the tail can be perfectly straight, or maybe with a slight curl, like that of Oscar de la Renta.
Another hairstyle option: with slightly forward strands - romantic and with a hint of light retro.
Low buns with intricate weaves or classic Jane Austen style - absolute freedom of action! At the Marc Jacobs show, buns were used to secure bulky accessories.
Parting is appropriate for casual looks (like Bella Hadid at Brandon Maxwell) and for evening events. Cushnie's makeup artists played great with a simple hairstyle with a perfectly even parting and sensual makeup, when all the products seemed to be slightly smeared over the face.