Look Stylish with Different Hair Trends from New York Fashion Week Spring 2014

When you look at the theme of the hairstyles at New York fashion Week for spring 2014, you will realize that it is low maintenance hairstyles. You will know that the latest hair trends from New York fashion week spring 2014 is low ponytails and braided headband styles. The thing is you need to wait for a few more months till the spring arrives to flaunt these stylish hair trends.


Photo credit : Ivan Lattuada

The braided trends:
This hairstyle by Jeanie Syfu features braids on the crown and offers a glimpse of the Mexican hairstyle. Models who walked the ramp flaunted skinny braids along with messy waves that bring out the stylish traveler within you. Fishtail braid accentuated with neon ribbons compliments the inner youthfulness.

The Ponytail trends:
The sleek and straight ponytail by hair stylist Rodney Cutler is here to stay. Loose and low ponytails also stole the limelight with a bit of leather securing the ponytail. You can also try the textured low ponytail with a mid parted look, which can make your hair look bouncy and voluminous. You can also try the low maintenance ponytails with a short center part along with dry hair ends. Spice up your ponytail look with small flowers to remind the spring season.

The wavy trends:
Waves are hot next spring as the 90s inspired wavy look similar to high school girl’s look by Alexander Wang looked amazing. Create soft waves with a mid part to offer a live in look by making sure you use the curling iron minimally.

Get wet trends:
Beach wet look hit the ramp this season as Odile Gilbert created this hairstyle by dividing the front sections and holding them back behind the ears and the hair head band decorated the hair with a bit of gel to it. The same wavy look can be re-textured to hard and soft waves at the bottom for a different look. Slick back wet look also looked gorgeous on models.

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