When the last thing on your mind is to spend mornings fussing over curls and intricate hairstyles, simple straight hair is an easy go-to! Every year the Fall/Winter shows display models walking down the runway sporting this style, but this year we’ve seen a twist. The sophisticated look had been played up by creating unique ponytails with embellishments, asymmetrical parts, wispy top-knots and more.
Ponytails will be everywhere this coming fall. Herve Leger took a spin on the classic low ponytail where TRESemme Hairstylist Orlando Pita stated, “For Herve Leger’s show we wanted there to be a toughness to the show but in a way that still felt quite natural and easy for our girl to wear away from the runway. The goal was for hair to “mimic the strong lines and prints in the collection.” Although it appears intricate, all you need for your own chic ponytail are a blow dryer, soft bristle brush, comb, bobby pins, hair pins and a thin elastic band. Pita used TRESemme Platinum Strength Shampoo and Conditioner, Runway Collection Get Sleek Blow Dry Balm and Platinum Strength Fortified Hold Hairspray.
Ted Gibson created a beautiful low ponytail for models at the Carmen Marc Valvo Fall 2015 show. “This look is perfect for the girl who hasn’t had a shampoo in a couple of days…women are looking for ways to extend their blowout with styles that will keep them looking chic and fresh in between washes.” There’s nothing better than hair that has a lovely loose texture and flows effortlessly.
If a simpler ponytail is more your style, you can mimic the look created by Orlando Pita for the Diane Von Furstenberg show. An easy top knot can always be dressed up or dressed down with ease. “Even though it pulls back into a low bun it still feels very lived in and has a little attitude.”
The look at Hanley Mellon by the Warren Tricomi team “emulates the easiness of Antwerp. It is a casual hairstyle that looks as though it can be achieved by anyone.”
Get the Look 1:
- Use a curling iron lightly to create texture in the hair and tease slightly
- Create a side-swept bang and pin at the front
- Take two sections from either side of the head and bring backwards into a low pony tail
- Secure with a rubber band and slightly tease the ends
Get the Look 2:
- Start with the hair down
- Use a curling iron lightly to create some texture
- Tease the hair slightly
- Create a side-swept bang and pin at the front
- Using the back of the hair, create 4-5 messy buns, pinning and teasing as you go along
- Finish off the look with a little hairspray
If you’re looking to jazz up your ponytail, David’s Bridal has you covered! Floral elastic bands paired with beautifully constructed low ponytails are a surefire hit whether walking down the runway or down the aisle.
Get the look:
- Starting with damp hair, apply Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse from root-to-tip and blow dry straight with Moroccanoil Ceramic Hair Dryer
- When ¾ dry, apply a drop of Moroccanoil Styling Gel throughout hair for extra smoothness and help create pin-straight strands
- Use Moroccanoil Ceramic Hair Styling Iron to straighten 1” sections from root-to-tipCreate deep side part and leave 1 ½” section at front of the hair loose. Pull remaining hair into ponytail at nape of the neck and secure with elastic
- Mist with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray for added hold and Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine to create a luminous finish
In addition to ponytails, Monique Lhullier showcased another fall trend, where hair was blown out in a slick style. Her show was inspired by Kate Moss’ sensual edginess and the hair reflected just that. Recine for Moroccanoil applied Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse and Smoothing Lotion to damp hair, blow dried with the Ceramic Hair Dryer and straightened with the Hair Styling Iron. Lastly Recine created a side part and worked Smoothing Lotion through the hair and finished with a spritz of Luminous Hairspray and Glimmer Shine for a gleaming finish.
At Thakoon, Odile Gilbert for Kerastase Paris was inspired to create “a natural, yet controlled look.” The graphic elements featured in the collection are reflected in the hair’s part, which makes a “T” shape.
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Will you be rocking a low pony or slick blowout for fall? What do you think of these trends?
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