My sweeties, during fashion week, next to all the new amazing fashion, I also have a passion for discovering all the new hair styling trends and make-up innovations.
And because I’m especially interested in that hair topic at the moment, I decided to have a closer look on all the new hair styles that were presented on the runways last week. Super exciting, actually. I even had a look backstage and all and could talk to some creatives in the field. So, have a look at what I have discovered and let me know: which one is your favourite styling idea?
Next winter, we can simply leave out our hair-drying routine because the wet-look hair style is back. But even if you don’t wanna risk a flu, you can achieve this look with the EIMI Just Brilliant by Wella Professional. This way, your hair will look wet and shiny like in the show. Afterwards, the hair was simply tied up in a high ponytail and decorated with a leather bow. Perfect for Marina’s collection.
The asymmetric cuts of the new collection by designer Isabel De Hillerin were supported by a severe chignon bun done by the Wella styling team. The low chignon reminds me of the beauty of film noir or classic ballet dancers’ hair styling. Especially, when combined with extraordinary evening wear, this hair style is ideal. To make it appear more easy-going, some hairs were styled loosely around the bun because not everything has to be perfect, right?
This hair style breaks the elegant styling of the “Intervention”-collection by Dawid Tomaszewski: full, wavy and wild hair was held in high turtle neck sweaters to create the perfect fake-bob style. This trend was all over Instagram in 2015 already and even I have already tried it (but my hair is a little too short for that, still). Anyway, for everyone who doesn’t want to cut their long locks but still wants to try the bob-look, the fake-bob is the perfect solution. A cool and edgy look – I love this trend!
Designer William Fan loves clear cuts and materials and is new collection shows his love for basics as well as newly interpreted party-fashion. The SEBASTIAN PROFESSIONAL team supported his retro-futuristic fashion with a cool go-to party look. The hair was loosely tied back in the neck but was made to look really shiny and healthy. This look doesn’t appear strict at all – it is beautiful and playful while still very elegant.
Around the typical dark fashion by the two designers at Augustin Teboul, Marc Kluckert, head of creation at SEBASTIAN PROFESSIONAL, created a hair styling full of contrast and elegant grunge. The SEBASTIAN urban design team around Achim Dickgiesser, Daniela Steffen, Olaf Paul Paulsen, Roland Aichinger and Markus Haimburger created a look displaying structures and asymmetric imagery. The side-swept hair looks really elegant but still very punky. But is it also wearable? I should say YES – at least for a night out in a cool city like Berlin!