You're Probably Already Wearing One of NYFW's Biggest Hair Trends
The semi-annual whirlwind that's known as New York Fashion Week has officially come to a close. And while the shows blessed us with tons of inspiration for our fall/winter 2020 wardrobes, it's also given us plenty of new hair ideas — especially when it comes to upgrading our ponytails.
The classic look has long been a staple style for good reason: it's incredibly easy to create, and looks great on everyone for any occasion, whether you're working out at the gym or heading to a fancy event.
On this season's runways, we saw everything from multi-colored ponies, to longer-than-life braided looks — and yes, we're still in awe, so we wanted to share these great looks with you.
All the best ponytails from NYFW to help inspire your next style, ahead.
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Legendary French hairstylist Odile Gilbert blessed Jonathan Simkhai's runway by creating sleek ponytails with a twist — literally. "We pulled the hair back and double twisted it for a rope effect before braiding the bottom for a chic finish,” she says of the style. Gilbert used TRESemmé Smooth Dry Oil Spray for added shine, followed by TRESemmé Dry Texture Finishing Spray to hold the hair in place.
Laurent Philippon was inspired by Jamie Lee Curtis' signature look in 1994's True Lies for Christian Cowan's fall/winter 2020 runway. He used Bumble and bumble's Spray de Mode Flexible Hold Hairspray on textured hair to create piecey, side-parted ponytails.
Celebrity favorite Justine Marjan celebrated individuality at Chromat. Using products from TRESemmé, the stylist created distinct ponytails for various hair types — including those with protective styles and baby hairs. "The theme of the show has Olympic undertones, so we wanted to create a look that felt sporty for training," she shares.
Jason Wu Collection
Hairstylist Jawara created three jumbo two-strand twists then tied them into a sky high pony.
S by Serena
If you're looking to switch up your look during the day, look no further than the S by Serena runway. Hairstylist Ursula Stephen created sleek ponytails, then twisted the hair into a structural bun.