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NYFW S/S '16 Recap: Low Ponytails and Knots

Elizabeth Jakaitis | September 17, 2015 | 10:51 AM
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Hugo Boss | Hair by Guido for Redken

INSPIRATION: "This season, the woman is very intelligent and sophisticated, maybe a little artsy, and there’s a little reference to the mid-90s with the minimalistic look," says Guido. GET THE LOOK: "First I blow-dried the hair using Redken’s pillow proof blow dry express primer for heat protection and the new glow dry to give it that super smooth, shiny texture," Guido says. "Then I pulled the hair back into a low, sleek ponytail, keeping the hairline very clean around the face, and secured with an elastic.”

At New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016, low ponytails and knots were in abundance. The common theme in these looks was an undone, low-effort effect, often with loose strands around the face. For on-trend updos in the coming season, plan to position hair low, closer to the nape, and go for unperfected elegance and face-framing wisps. 

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