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NYFW Spring/Summer 2017

It’s finally starting to feel like fall here in Chicago but in NYC they’re already prepping for Spring 2017. Each season, New York Fashion Week debuts interesting and inspiring hairstyles for the next season. We’ve highlighted three looks that are sure to be trends in the coming year. Try each of them out yourself by using our Kérastase styling products, so that you’re ready when Spring 2017 comes along!

 

Middle Parts are a Spring Essential!

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Everyone from Akris to Victoria Beckham (pictured) used middle parts in their hairstyles this season. Accompanied with loose, relaxed hair, the classic middle part was also seen on the Spring 2017 runways of Oscar de la Renta, Monse, Jonathan Simkhai and Rag and Bones. This look is incredibly easy to create at home with a blow dryer and a little styling product like our Kérastase Spray à Porter.

 

The Bandana is Back

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On the Baja East runway this season, models’ donned hand dyed and aged bandannas. To keep the emphasis on the accessories, hair was parted in the middle and left free flowing. Use some Kérastase Touche Finale, our high shine polishing serum, to add some character and finish off the look.

 

The Out of the Shower Look

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The spring runways championed easy, carefree hairstyles. Hood By Air, Altuzzara (pictured) and Jason Wu opted for more extreme iteration of ‘undone’ hair. Their models walked the runway with seemingly wet, out of the shower hair. At Altuzarra, hair was swept back into a more formal, feminine wave while Hood By Air models were almost dripping on the runway. Gel is the key to these wet looks. Our Kérastase gels, Forme Fatale and Lift Vertige, are perfect for this kind of styling but we recommend stopping by the salon for some expert assistance and for a more polished finish. Book your appointment at our River North or Gold Coast salon today by calling 312-942-5454.

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