We couldn’t take our eyes off the gorgeous designs from this year’s New York Fashion Week — until we saw what hairstyles the models were rocking. Headpieces, natural styles, and slicked back updos were everywhere, and if you think you’d never be able to pull off an NYFW-worthy style, think again. We’ve collected our favorite styles that killed it on the runway this year, but the best part is, you won’t need a celebrity stylist to replicate them at home.
Side note: We may have featured the Hadid sisters more than once (or twice). We couldn’t help it.
We wouldn’t have guessed those zig-zag, stretchy headbands would be back this soon, either. But, if Gigi’s for it, we’re for it. Plus, how fun does it look with this slicked-back bun?
These bouncy curls are flirty but fierce enough to be featured at Fashion Week. If you want to try this at home, section one-inch pieces of hair, and wrap around a wand. We love Hot Tools’ Curly-Q Tapered Nanoceramic Curling Iron. Then, spritz with a texturizer and tousle with your fingers.
We’ve preached the natural look time and time again, and Fashion Week finally listened. You don’t need to spend hours on your mane to get this sweet, beachy do. We recommend using Pantene Pro-V 3 Minute Miracle to get your locks looking this shiny and hydrated.
If you’ve got thick tresses, this one’s for you. The mermaid braid is all over Pinterest and looks perfect with anything from dressy outfits to athleisure apparel.
This Ariel-esque color popped on the runway, and we think it’s just getting started. If you’re interested in trying it out, we’d recommend visiting a salon supply store like Sally Beauty or Salon Centric — they can help you pick out a quality color that’ll blend with your current shade.
There’s something fierce about this look. Many of the NYFW styles feature a slicked-back updo, but this one adds a little flare with the claw clip. Everyone has one of those laying around in their house somewhere, right?
This classic look is from Michael Kohrs. It’s simple and sophisticated, but the slightly curled ends and a bit of volume amp it up. To achieve voluminous, yet tame locks, spritz a blow-dry spray and blow dry with a round brush.
Headbands and hoops? Yes, please. Tom Ford is bringing this 90s look back. Now, where can we find a leather (or pleather — we don’t judge here) headband that thick?
We love Bella. But, we love Bella’s hair more. Normally, we’d advise not to leave the house with your hair looking wet, but somehow this “just got out of the shower, combed my hair, and threw on a multi-thousand dollar dress” look is working for us. To create this look at home, flat iron hair and take a quarter-sized dollop of styling gelto run through your hair, starting at the hairline. Comb back until slick and tie back into a low pony, or leave straight down if you’re feeling bold.
We spotted this style all over the runway. However, you have to be blessed with these gorgeous natural curls in order to replicate this style.
Designer Gabriela Herst thought it was hat day, too. If it’s acceptable to tuck your hair under a cap at Fashion Week, we’d say it’s more than okay to skip the hot tools and call it a day.
It’s time to dig up your old high school hairpins. Add a little glam to your outfit by coordinating pins with your jewelry.
The deep part paired with the glossy, sleek finish can be accomplished in a few steps. First, use a glossing heat protectantand part wet hair. Then, blow dry into place and curl ends with a large-barrel curling iron. Lastly, spray with a shine serum.
We love this look for winter because it’s easy and won’t get messed up if you slip a hat over the braids. Simply part your hair in the middle and french or dutch braid around the crown. Once you reach the nape of your neck, either tie into a messy bun, keep braiding until the ends, or pin underneath for Meredith Gray’s season 14 look.
This princess-like style is easy to replicate with soft waves and a middle part. Pair with dangling earrings, and you have yourself a perfect date night look.
Photo by Rose Gould
We hope you didn’t throw away that crimperyou thought you’d never use again. If so, sleep in some braids and gently comb through in the morning. If you’re one of the few who still owns the 90s hot tool, start crimping a few inches from the roots, tease out with your fingers and lightly spray.
For more looks you can replicate at home, check out 30 Ways to Braid Your Hair.
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