With our recent visit to London Fashion Week, we learned a lot about up and coming trends for the new year. It’s only just coming to winter but we’re already dreaming about wearing pastels, donning florals and rocking the gorgeous hair styles that each catwalk presented.
For the Antipodium show, the models wore an array of iridescent mermaid shades with pastel, teal and creams running throughout the beautifully embellished collection.
The hair was kept simple and untamed, with an identifiable blow dried finish, it was clear that the designer wanted the models to look as natural as possible to accompany his laidback but luxurious collection.
To get that Antipodium look, take your hair dryer and barrel brush, working from root to tip to add volume and combat frizz. Finish with a smoothing balm from the blow dry lotions range to soften any flyways you may have.
One of the most gorgeous collections we saw was from Kristian Aadnevik, with heavy embellishments adorning neutral prints accompanied by flowing details that really took on their Moroccan desert theme.
The hair, created by Moroccanoil, was full of volume and texture. From root to tip the hair was kept to a natural finish, using the Moroccanoil Extra Volume shampoo and conditioner to work in the body from the start. Blow drying in the volume and finishing with a dousing of the Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray with strong flexible hold.
For the Markus Lupfer show it was clear that bright, mismatch florals were the way forward. contrasting this with muted white lace dresses, the collection was pretty and reminiscent of springtime.
The hair was simple, very much like how a teenager has it before they’ve discovered styling technology. A simple blow out look accompanied with a cute bejeweled hair clip to hold the hair off the face gave an effortless and laidback finish to the look.
Simple tie knots with single strands of the hair pulled back and gripped into place, ensured that the hair was as effortless as it could be.