Hair straightened back, shower and shower is officially approved by NYFW

Jump in the shower for two minutes. Comb quickly and slide with a few layers of mascara. He pours a cup of coffee and runs to the train. Does it sound familiar to you? It turns out that the designers want you to not only continue with your frantic morning routine, but to fully embrace it. Yes, wet and torn hair was a key trend on the runways of New York Spring / Summer 2022 Fashion Week. Lazy people, rejoice.

Peter Do was the first to show the trend Wednesday at the NYFW debut fair in Greenpoint, where the key hairdresser Mustafa Yanaz he explained, “the whole idea was that I wanted to show a woman in a hurry, [because] we no longer have time when we go out. “According to the hairdresser, the inspiration was a woman who washes her hair, combs it and then dries the towel.” This is for me so New York for me, “he laughed. “When I came to New York, I saw all the women with wet hair walking around and it looks very nice.” Yanaz adds that the luxury label didn’t want the hair to look overly complicated, but still fresh.

Peter Do

Peter Do

While it may feel hopeless to recreate the hair you see at most fashion week catwalks, this was not the case with Peter Do. In fact, Yanaz only applied two products to achieve a moist, slippery look. “We used a lot of gel on the roots to give direction to the hair,” she explains. “If you only use water, your hair will move a lot because we’re out.” At the ends, the expert applied water, argan oil and a little ECOCO style gel have some flow for when the models waltzed down the catwalk.

To achieve what Yanaz described as a perfectly imperfect appearance, he first combed his hair back and then wrapped it with his fingers. “You know, [it’s] how the girls wash their hair in the shower and then go out and it’s perfect; then they towel them to dry them and it’s a bit wrapped up, ”she said of her inspiration.

Gabriela Hearst

Gabriela Hearst

And to Gabriela Hearst, key stylist James Pecis he says the finish he was going to is best described as “a little post-rave, [and] very sweaty. “But he explains that this doesn’t go entirely with girls who have curls, twists, or coils.” I don’t want their hair to feel greasy, “Pecis tells TZR behind the scenes.” So for them it’s about rather out of shape. ”That is, for the shorter hair models who wore it natural, it was a wash and wash situation where she wet it in the bathroom and put on a prep lotion with an outlet conditioner and a comb. of wide teeth.

“Some of the other girls have a knot tied around their backs,” Pecis adds. “It’s supposed to be, for lack of a better word, in the center of town.” As for the product, the hairdresser used Set of Très d’Oribe, After Beach Wave And Shine Spray, i Tousled Surfcomber texture foam.

Private policy

Privacy policy

Then there was Private Policy, which according to the key hairdresser It was Hoang, featured hair that was “really shiny, hugged on the head and sculpted as if all the models were going through a sprinkler and just dipping their heads in on a hot summer day.” He describes the texture as a hard-shelled candy, but super bright and shiny to make it look moist.

“We are using Fog of the Oribe Foundation as a preparation product just to add a little hydration and untangling, ”Hoang explained to TZR behind the scenes.“ And we’re also using Oribe’s Supershine Light light moisturizer as a moisturizing product to make it slippery. ”Hoang then applied the brand’s Curl Gloss Hydrate & Hold to add extra shine to the chains. “[Lastly], we will close it with the Strong and strong hair spray“.

Jason Wu

Jason Wu

To Jason Wu, key stylist Jimmy Paul he was responsible for perfectly straight back hair. As you can see above, a comb was used to put the locks back in place. And when you decide which product is right for your texture, it’s not about type of ice or oil, and more information on the amount (hint: it’s a bit). So now that it’s approved for the runway, keep your wet, straight hair shining through the city. Save time i be fashionable.

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