Fashion Week is upon us, and with that we take a look at the best hair styles from the couture. Fashion Week is the perfect time to let loose and experiment with your hairstyle; be creative and find a new look this Spring. With effortless bounce and plenty of texture there are countless looks you can re-create. From slick looks for the office to tousled plaits for your down time we’ve compiled the best styles for every occasion so you’ll be feeling like you’re walking the catwalk every time.
Asgar Saboo, Celebrity Hairstylist and Style Director at the Daniel Galvin Salon in Mayfair shares with us his favourite Couture hairstyles to get the sleekest runway look this season. According to the hair guru, the on-trend hairstyle is the up-do.
Sleek Ponytail: For Asgar, days spent in the office are only an excuse for a slick and sophisticated look, (see Giorgio Armani Prive show for inspiration). Use serum to slick the hair to the face and tie in a neat ponytail at the nape of the neck. This creates a dramatic look that accentuates the cheek bones, contrast with pastel coloured eyeliner, to make the eyes pop for a more feminine look.
Low Ponytails. Low ponytails are the ultimate go-to for a fresh, feminine look this Spring. Use only your hands and loosely pull back the hair away from the face and tie above the nape of the neck, creating a soft look perfect for lazy days or creating a more casual look for an occasion. Team with minimal makeup for a fresh, Spring finish. See Giambattista Valli couture Paris show for inspiration.
Twisted Halo-Braid. Start with freshly blow dried hair to get rid of the frizz, then starting from the left side of the head, loosely French plait the hair working clockwise across your head, finishing at the nape of the neck to complete the halo. This look works for any occasion and is the perfect complement to a floral Spring dress; add a sprinkling of flowers as seen at Valentino to epitomise the fresh, feminine look.
Tousled Midi-Bob. This season’s cut to have is the midi-bob. Channel your inner and go for the tousled look. Start by applying texturising spray to give your hair that little bit of volume to complete this look. Using a small round brush, blow dry sections of the hair, rolling away from your face, complete the process with a curling iron, curling an inch from the root, leaving the root straight. Finally run your fingers through the hair to break up the curls. This look is perfect for every occasion.