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Go your own way
Eugene Souleiman managed to sum up the entire spring season, both in fashion and beauty, in his four-word description of hair: "celebration of the individual." That translates to the stylists shrugging their shoulders at hot tools and encouraging people to stop fighting your natural texture.
"Ten years ago, hair pieces were taboo; now, they're hair accessories," said Guido Palau. "You can put on a fake bang and change your whole look." Cutting shaggy fringe and jagged baby bangs, the idea is that you can choose your own adventure. Transform for one night only with a black wig or sweep your hair across your forehead and pin it down behind your ear for soft side bangs.
With a Twist
Another effect of the trend toward individuality? Ease. Hair styles that inspire and the real woman could recreate at home. Whimsical, yet simple, twists and similar knots in varying degrees of distress dominate the runways, but the common denominator is nape-level. Top knots are out; low buns are in.