If you’re only going to buy one hair styling product this spring, make it gel. Slicked-back styles were the most popular look seen backstage on the spring 2019 runways. Follow along as we track the coolest hair ideas and hairstyles from the spring 2019 runways in New York, Milan, London, and Paris.
The only way to show off an earring this extra is to slick your hair back with pounds of gel, as seen backstage at Balmain.
A silky ribbon was used as both a headband and elastic backstage at Jour Ne’s spring show in Paris.
Hairstylist Sam McKnight pulled models’ hair into a rumpled half-up style and secured it with a length of black ribbon and an oversized logo pin.
For hairstylist Odile Gilbert, Rodarte’s hair look was all about romance. That meant models walked the runway wearing pounds of fresh flowers knotted, tied, and woven throughout their hair. Bows and metallic starburst accessories added a little of Rodartae’s subversive and feminine edge back to the look.
“For shorter hair or if you want to keep hair natural, skip the pony and slick hair back with a brush using the TRESemmé Compressed Micro-Mist Hold Level 4: Extend Hair Spray throughout and add Kitsch Straight Metal Bobby Pins on both sides,” hairstylist Justine Marjan, who worked with TRESemmé, said backstage at the show.
“To achieve this chic and bohemian look, be sure to give the hair texture at the roots. That’s how you get the 60’s boho feel,” hairstylist Odile Gilbert, who worked with TRESemmé, said backstage at Jonathan Simkhai. Look closely and you’ll see tiny baby braids with beads hidden in all that texture.
The Disney villain-inspired show called for electric lavender hair tied to a top knot and spilling over to one side.
“The Tory girl is confident. She’s a little uptown and a little downtown. I’m using Redken Full Frame 07 All-Over Volumizing Mousse to give this look a natural edge with a little softness,” hairstylist Guido Palau said backstage. “I’ve left the girls’ natural texture throughout their lengths unless their hair is very straight, where I’ll add a loose bend. I also left out the baby hairs around the hairline to obtain a slightly boyish, effortless look with a touch of strength in a very Tory way. This is the perfect example of using one product to achieve a fashion-focused look.”
Hairstylist Duffy created grungy, ’90s-inspired, hat-head waves on the models backstage at R13.
The hair at Badgley Mischka was slicked-back only to behind the ears, serving as the perfect frame for statement earrings.
Airy, bouncy, cloud-like curls backstage at Nicole Miller.
More colorful extensions, this time braided through a low ponytail backstage at Lanyu.
Voluminous ’80s-inspired curls and volume was the hair look backstage at Escada.
Oversized hoop earrings called for a sleek and shiny braid at Cushnie’s spring 2019 show.
Hairstylist Kien Hoang for Oribe used tie-dyed extensions that mimic the seven chakras backstage at Collina Strada.
Everything is bigger in Texas. So it only makes sense that Brandon Maxwell’s Texas-inspired show would see models stomp the runway with sky-high volume. “The inspiration behind the look was Texas and all-American—think tailgates, coolers and Brooke Shields. Hair was styled to be beautiful, fresh, healthy, and away from the face,” hairstylist James Pecis said backstage.
Like The Blonds show but without the crazy purple extensions, the hair look at Area also saw models rocking a super-high bun with the length of their hair falling to one side.
Why do a boring low chignon when you can fold and wrap hair in a cool vertical bow?
Model Kaia Gerber walks the runway at Tom Ford wearing a silky, ’70s-inspired headscarf tied around a not-too-messy bun crafted by hairstylist Orlando Pita.
You can make a dramatic hair accessory and glittery eye makeup look a little more romantic by pulling-out a few face-framing fuzzy pieces.
Natural curls were accented with a length of powder blue ribbon backstage at Ryan Lo.
Headbands that would make Blair Waldorf seethe with jealousy backstage at Prada’s spring show.
Long, glossy braids were secured with a leather coil backstage at Max Mara.
Slick and shiny, the hair look at Victoria Beckham was anything but romantic.
If you wear one hairstyle this spring, make it this half-slick style. Apply gel or styling cream from the scalp down toward the ears, then let the rest of your hair fall down in natural waves or curls.
The slicked-back look reigned supreme at Christopher Kane.
At House of Holland, hair was slicked back from the hairline to the ears, then the rest of the hair was styled in loose waves.
A pile of mussed curls pinned atop the head at Giorgio Armani.
Black headbands are always chic, but we love the logo-fied version from Fila’s spring show.
A sleek top knot gets a softer effect when a few face-framing tendrils are curled at the front.
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