Act Natural: How to Let Your Freak Hair FlyMarch 30, 2016 9:47 pm
Fashion week isn’t generally synonymous with “be yourself”. That’s why when “natural” hair was sent down the runway last season, my first assumption was this must be like the devious No-Makeup makeup of hair.
That model’s hair looks like mine the morning after an all-consuming SVU binge. But she’s wearing a Rodarte gown. I mused. She must have spent six hours backstage achieving just the right amount of frizz and conspicuous baby hairs. And I just wake up like that. Ha ha.
But then it came to fruition that, no, there was no deceitful No-Hair hair happening. Several shows featured models with untouched hair.
There were a few tricks thrown in to enhance the model’s natural assets. Thin hair got a boost of textural interest with superfine braids interspersed throughout, while thick hair was parted down the middle and glossed with a bit of shine serum. Super curly, fine hair was more often given a side part to highlight the volume factor, and some of them had their curls further defined with the light touch of a diffuser.
Because honestly, your natural hair is beautiful. Even your SVU hangover hair.Сomments аrchive