Wavy, wet, hair weaving or combing was gliding, this spring is the excessive texture and luster. These are the most beautiful hair trends in the spring of 2017, directly from the runway.
You can always count on Balmans show to provide sexy hair in a high ponytail or soft wave. But for the spring of 2017, as many others have shown this season, sexy is done by combing the wet. “This was the inspiration for the pool’s hair from the 80s shot by Peter Linbergh and Helmut Newton. Hair stylist, said: “It’s tough and shiny Sam McKnight. Backstage, the designers use a mixture of oil, cream, gel and mousse to achieve different wet effect .Why wet hair so sensational, McKnight did not know. “It’s just one thing, with really sexy clothes that are nice, tough and powerful,” he said.
Taking inspiration from the “aquatic vibes” of the Thierry Mugler show, hairstylist James Pecis created a glossy look using a high-shine, strong-hold hair gel. The hair was parted and slicked down to just below the ears; the lower-half was styled into soft, loose waves.
At Stella McCartney, the hair wasn’t soaked or shiny. Instead, it was coaxed backward with mousse and a blowdryer, creating an end result that was slick with lots of volume.
The wet look doesn’t have to mean sleek and straight. At J.W. Anderson, hairstylists created waves and curls that still had the dripping-wet effect.
The sleek hair at Céline was a study in geometry. It also happened to mimic the reflection of the two-way glass panels flanking the runway.