Hair Care

By Kelly Hushin


It’s that time of year again – but all you fine fashionistas out there already know that, so let’s get right to it. What are the hair trends we’re going to be seeing on the carpets leading into Lincoln Center, and the runways jutting through it? Here’s some expert opinions for you – mark their words:

Experts at NYC based salon, ION Studio, say that fuzzy updos, minimal braids, big bows, textured locks and twisty buns, will be all the rage for Spring. We love the look and thing that especially fuzzy updos will make a strong comeback alongside spring dresses next year.

Stylist for Kerastase Paris, Odile Gilbert, created a loose undo for the Creatures of the Wind fashion show, one of the kick offs to the week, and odds are, this kind of look will take hold throughout the shows. A large portion of hair was kept out in the front while the rest was tied loosely in the back at the nape of the neck. Get the look!

The Christian Siriano/Sebastian Professional partnership is sure to usher in some new trends in spring hair fashion. The hair care company has tapped the infamous Project Runway designer to curate bold inspiration for stylists and consumers and also to design new product packaging through June 2014. We predict nothing but striking styles that serve to complement the fashion, as opposed to vice versa. (Siriano did say that “hair is your best accessory.”) Get the look: Sebastian Professional Haircare Duo

Blonde will continue to be a hot trend for Spring – as it seems to always be – and thanks to Beyonce, a blonde bob might be all the rage. According to Mario Russo, owner of Salon Mario Russo in Boston, before taking the plunge it’s best to consult your stylist and decide on a shade and how it will be maintained. Perhaps just as importantly, you must figure out how many visits it will take to achieve the look – it’s not always a one-time thing people!

What trends do you think this year’s Spring NYFW will turn up?

Originally published September 2013



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