NYFW: Fall 2013 Hair Trends

The Fall 2013 New York Fashion Week brought many inspiring looks ranging from soft and romantic at Kate Spade, to straight and textured at Tracy Reese. My favorite looks, not only can be easily translated from high fashion to real life, but are very DIY friendly. Each look is perfect for the day to day wear, date night, or for the busy ladies on the run that need a look to take you from the office to a night out with zero stress.

Created by Guido Palau for Redken

The Edgy Chignon: Rag & Bone
This season, the side part remains a heavy favorite. In combination with the textured chignon this up-do is a perfect mix of masculine and feminine that can be dressed up or down with ease. It is a great day to night option for the girl on the go or for a night out with the girls. 

Created by Odile Gilbert for John Frieda

The Beachy Half-do: Rodarte
This is my favorite look for 2013. Inspired by the California beaches, this wavy, undone texture is perfect for day to day wear.  If a spring curling iron isn't your forte a curling wand is an easy alternative get the loose curl without any major skill required. For an everyday look skip the rosette and do an inside-out french braid to dress up the textured loose waves for a fun, flirty feel while without being too polished. 

Created by Eugene Souleiman for Wella

The Romantic Side Chignon: Tory Burch
Similar to the chignon seen at Rag & Bone, this style is her fancy sister. The waved side part puts a modern twist on the vintage finger wave style while the chignon itself is just a pinned twist at the nape of the neck. It's simple, effortless, beautiful, and will instantly become a date night favorite.

Created by Jeanine Syfu for TRESemme

The Straight and Textured Side Part: Tracy Reese
Inspired by the morning after a night out, this look is just screams cool girl chic especially for my girls with short to mid length hair. Luckily for you a long night does not have to be required with the right products at hand. The secret weapon for this look is dry shampoo. It creates volume and texture in one step with out feeling product heavy and who doesn't love extending a blow out for an extra day?

Created by Tommy Bucket for Garnier Fructis

The Voluminous Roller Set: Kate Spade
Big hair was definitely back in Kate Spade's 70's inspired presentation. The large barreled waves with the slightly disheveled texture is great for a weekend away (think poolside in Palm Springs) or in. Set the curls in the morning and have it relax to a big blow out by the end of the weekend. You can tease as  much (left) or as little (top right) as desired. High style with little maintenance.

These looks are easy to do yourself, but if you need any help making your high fashion hair dreams come true come see us at Freddie B. Salon & Spa!
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