With Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week AW 2015 over for another year, the latest hair trends are firmly on our radar for the upcoming Winter season. The 2015 hair trends that we've seen grace the catwalk are certainly set to take our Autumn/Winter wardrobe to the next level. With up-do's plenty-full and new takes on old classics, the teams from Moroccanoil and Alterna have crafted looks to suit every style.
We break down each of the looks and give you tips from some of the worlds most highly regarded stylists.
Altuzarra | Moroccanoil
To complement Joseph Altuzarra’s rich textures, colours, embroideries and lacquered lace, Odile Gilbert for Moroccanoil created a textured chignon with a high-shine, wet finish. Inspired by women who take pleasure in dressing up, the up-do was organic and modernly elegant.
TIP: To create a rough texture, use a generous amount of Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse and rake through before roughly drying the hair.
Badgley Mischka | Moroccanoil
Inspired by the collection concept but with a modern twist, Peter Gray for Moroccanoil created the sexy “Stride of Pride" hairstyle – a loose, textured twist with a sexy edge. To complement the collection, the style was finished with a gilded rose. This look would be perfect for a formal occasion with all of the glamour of an up-do but simplicity of of effortless waves at the back.
TIP: To ensure even crown height, count the number of brush strokes and gradually increase strokes as you work towards the top of head (try using the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Teasing Brush).
Zac Posen | Moroccanoil
We love this vintage look and hope to see a lot more of it throughout the season. Odile Gilbert was the mastermind behind this look, creating a “controlled glamour” style that is modern and masculine in the front and feminine and chic at the back.
Cushnie et Ochs | Moroccanoil
Undeniably our favourite look from Autumn/ Winter 2015 so far, this look is so unique yet completely wearable. Inspired by the collection and the contrasting textures found in space, Antonio Corral Calero created the hair style showcasing the duality of soft and strong—distinctly different, but undeniably connected.
TIP: Use Morccanoil Styling Gel to smooth down the roots to keep hair fly-away-free but with just the right amount of shine.
Delpozo | Moroccanoil
It was all about the colourful accents at Delpozo' show. Staying on the hair accessories trend, Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil’s global creative director, incorporated the designers’ custom-made, voluminous hair pieces into the style by creating the perfect foundation: healthy, hydrated hair.
TIP: A cocktail of Moroccanoil Original Treatment and Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream act as the perfect foundation for any healthy and glamorous style.
Marchesa | Moroccanoil
Inspired by the soft sensuality and opium desire of the 1920’s Gatsby-era, Antonio Corral Calero for Moroccanoil created the glamorous faux-bob style at the Marchesa show. A trend we're seeing a lot more in 2015 is the faux-bob and this unique look shows it done to perfect using the Moroccanoil range.
TIP: Brush out your tight curls with the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush to give soft, shiny waves.
Monique Lhuillier | Moroccanoil
At the Monique Lhuillier show there were this time not one but three distinct hairstyles created by Bob Recine. The three styles were inspired by the individuality, edginess and sultriness of the modern woman. Monique’s modern twist on 1920’s feminine silhouettes, created the perfect foundation for the sensual and sculpted styles. The Top Knot, Asymmetrical Ponytail and Straight Style capture some of the key looks of the season.
Lela Rose | Alterna
Renowned editorial stylist Esther Langham created this gorgeous up-do for Lela Rose. An effortless do that has to be one of the hottest hair trends for 2015.
TIP: Use Alterna Bamboo 48 Hour Sustainable Volume Spray to accentunate your hair's natural texture.
Georgine | Alterna
The overall look for Georgine was a tribute to the 20s/30s, but with an element of the 70s with the shape of the curls. It’s very “European Café” style – very strong and modern.
TIP: For those of you with tight curls like this, use Alterna's Kendi Dry Oil to help control frizz and give extra shine.