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EDGY, TEXTURIZED HAIR AT FASHION WEEK FALL/WINTER 2014

Photo Credit: Lela Rose Hair by Ted Gibson

Posted by 02.15.14

“Texture” has always been an it word for hair, and we’ve seen so many seasons of it: air-dried locks, nothing but a spritz of L’Oreal Elnett, and lots of volumizer (Phyto’s Volumactif is always popular) and little else will go a long way. Braids were everywhere during Fashion Week’s Autumn/Winter 2014 season. The hair trends in general veered towards wearable “street style” hair but with a bit more unexpected texture.

Here are some hair trends that truly stood out during Fashion Week’s Fall/Winter 2014 shows:

Braided Romantic Hair

Lela Rose’s inspiration was the world-famous chef Ferran Adria, and she used a “food as art” concept (with its emphasis on molecular gastronomy textures)

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#Gorgeous
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EDGY, TEXTURIZED HAIR AT FASHION WEEK FALL/WINTER 2014

Photo Credit: Lela Rose Hair by Ted Gibson

Posted by 02.15.14

“Texture” has always been an it word for hair, and we’ve seen so many seasons of it: air-dried locks, nothing but a spritz of L’Oreal Elnett, and lots of volumizer (Phyto’s Volumactif is always popular) and little else will go a long way. Braids were everywhere during Fashion Week’s Autumn/Winter 2014 season. The hair trends in general veered towards wearable “street style” hair but with a bit more unexpected texture.

Here are some hair trends that truly stood out during Fashion Week’s Fall/Winter 2014 shows:

Braided Romantic Hair

Lela Rose’s inspiration was the world-famous chef Ferran Adria, and she used a “food as art” concept (with its emphasis on molecular gastronomy textures)

Read More


#Gorgeous
Giveaways



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