Recreating the hottest NYFW hair trends

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Priding themselves with their so-called “crowing glory,” women will always strive to keep up with hairstyles that are au courant—whether they be voluminous, wavy, or edgy.

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With this, The Manila Times features three of the most covetable ‘dos from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016, as recreated by master hairstylist Lourd Ramos at the Tresemme Style Studio pop-up salon in Makati.

‘Uptown Sleek’ from Carolina Herrera (inset)

‘Uptown Sleek’ from Carolina Herrera (inset)

Uptown Sleek
As seen at the Carolina Herrera NYFW fashion show, the Uptown Sleek is loved for its chick simplicity. To get the look, apply first a Keratin-infused spray and comb through with your bare hands. Proceed to drying with the use of a blow dryer and a round brush. Next, create a side part then take small sections of hair and use a straightener to flatten each section. Finish off with a frizz-free hairspray to achieve the look.

‘Copper Waves,’ first spotted at BCBG Max Azria and sported by Gigi Hadid (inset)

‘Copper Waves,’ first spotted at BCBG Max Azria and sported by Gigi Hadid (inset)

Copper Waves
The BCBG Max Azria gave birth to this trend that add a hint of volume with the right attitude. It is fabulously worn with a touch of color. To get the look, evenly coat damp hair with a leave-in treatment to prep it for styling. Part the hair down the middle and create a volume by using a blow dryer and a round brush. Next, with the help of a curling iron, create big waves by curling sections away from the part. Finally, brush out the curls with wide toothcomb and set the ‘do with hair spray.

‘Diane Curls,’ inspired by fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg and donned by Karlie Kloss (inset)

‘Diane Curls,’ inspired by fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg and donned by Karlie Kloss (inset)

Diane Curls
Lastly, bounce back from curling, with the Diane Curls that’s inspired by fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg herself. This hairstyle can be tedious but the end-result will be worth it. First, after washing your hair, apply the leave-in treatment for protection. Next, blow dry hair in a downward angle to avoid frizz. Proceed to coiling small sections of hair around using a curling wand until the curls are set. Repeat for the remaining sections of the hair. When you’ve finally got a head full of thick curls, flip them over and set with extra hold hair spray.

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