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SS16 hairdos decoded

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From braided crowns to beach-inspired hair, NYFW witnessed playful braids and 70's hair at Diane Von Furstenberg and Hérve Léger. TRESemmé Hair Stylist decodes the SS16 hairstyles to keep your hair game on!

HERVE LEGER

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"It's the 30th anniversary of Hervé Léger so we're embracing a new direction with a more organic quality in our handwork and elements of nature incorporated into the collection so we wanted to collaborate with Orlando on a softer braid and really play with texture more than we have before."  — Lubov Azria, Hervé Léger, TRESemmé Designer Partner SS/16

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Step 1: Start by washing your hair using TRESemmé Ionic Strength shampoo and conditioner and towel dry.

Step 2:  Apply Max The Volume Root Lifting Cream from the roots to ends and blow dry with a round bristle brush.

Step 3: Create a deep side part and then starting from the crown, begin French braiding down across the forehead. Feed hair from underneath so the braid is raised up and let a few strands of hair fall onto the forehead to create additional texture.

Step 4: Secure the braid into a low pony at the nape of the neck with a small elastic and pull over your shoulder.

Step 5: Finish the look by spraying Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hold Hairspray for light hold.

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TRESemmé Products Used: TRESemmé Ionic Strength shampoo and conditioner, Max The Volume Root Lifting Cream and Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hold Hairspray.

The Tools Needed to Achieve the Look: Blow dryer, round bristle brush, small elastics

"It's a new softer look for our Hervé Léger girl this season, she's still creating a strong statement with the braid but we've played with making this more relaxed with purposely pulled out with loose pieces that frame her face and create beautiful movement when she walks."  —Orlando Pita, New York Fashion Week Ambassador for TRESemmé 

DIANE VON FURSTENBERG

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"Whether in Ibiza, Portofino, Los Angeles, or Bali, I love seeing all the girls head out at night with their natural waves fresh from the beach, just tucked behind their ear with a flower, it reminded me of how I used to wear my own hair back in the 1970s and I wanted Orlando to inject that carefree vibe into the show." — Diane von Furstenberg, TRESemmé Designer Partner SS/16

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Get the runway look at home with TRESemmé 

Step 1: Start by washing your hair using TRESemmé Ionic Strength shampoo and conditioner and rough dry.

Step 2: Create a deep side part. Layer Make Waves Shaping Gel, then Make Waves Shine Enhancing Cream, onto a 2 inch wide section of hair, twist and secure in a bun with a hair pin. Start with one row of buns at the base of the neck and then create a second row around the crown and forehead until all hair is secured.

Step 3: Use a hair dryer to dry each twisted bun, or leave to air dry. When dry, unravel each bun, pulling apart the hair twists as you unravel.

Step 4: Use a soft bristle brush to brush out the waves and lightly tease the front section to create soft volume.

Step 5: Finish the look by tucking your hair behind one ear and spraying Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hairspray for flexible hold. Add pins or a hair accessory for additional interest where the hair is tucked back.

TRESemmé Products Used: Ionic Strength shampoo and conditioner, Runway Collection Make Waves Shaping Gel, Runway Collection Make Waves Shine Enhancing Cream and Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hairspray.

The Tools Needed to Achieve the Look: Blow dryer, soft bristle brush, hair pins and optional accessory. 

"This look is really all about Diane! Before the show, she was sharing photos with me of herself in the 1970s where it was the first time she'd let her hair fall in its natural wave and I just loved the texture and the volume she had so wanted the girls rock a little of her  personality today."

 — Orlando Pita, New York Fashion Week Ambassador for TRESemmé 

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