100 hairstyles trends from Fall-Winter 2014-2015 shows

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The fall-winter season arrived therefore it is time to thoroughly learn about the actual trends.This time we will review the hairstyles advised by the leading stylist from the fashion week and we gathered with this goal hundred of them. We are convinced that you will find more than one hairstyle for your taste.

If the invention of a hairstyle in the morning is a difficult task for you, then you can solve it by getting inspired from podium looks.The stylists working in the backstage will definitively advice what is more appropriate. In an autumn coat, the right hairstyle for you are the light waves, if you wear a pencil dress that amazes your colleagues, do lank locks, if you are wearing simple outfits in normcore style – do yourself low ponytails and at a party impress others with a wet hair effect hairstyle.

Informal hairstyles

The perfect smoothness trend in hairstyles is gradually disappearing. Now, however, if you do not want to gather the hair, you need to think again about its texture and volume. Raise it at the roots, but in a way that the hair looked naturally, arrange it in light waves, or create the effect of the morning “bruising” with all its charming casualness. Lightly matted hair with puffy strands also correspond to the trend, but for accurate curls it is better not to remember, even if we are talking about an evening image, to which they theoretically would be perfect.

Informal hairstyles

This trend is not typical for the fall-winter season, as the wet hair effect was originally advised to be adopted in summer to give the impression that you were bathing in the sea and just returned from the beach. Now, the wet hair will hint that you got under a pouring rain, but you do not care – you brushed the “wet” hair back, and the look became sexier.

Informal hairstyles – Fall-Winter 2014-2015

3.1 Phillip Lim; Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti

3.1 Phillip Lim — Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti

Agnes B; H&M

Agnes B — H&M

Alexis Mabille; John Rocha

Alexis Mabille — John Rocha

Anna Sui; Tsumori Chisato

Anna Sui — Tsumori Chisato

Badgley Mischka; Maxime Simoens

Badgley Mischka — Maxime Simoens

BCBG Max Azria; Tory Burch

BCBG Max Azria — Tory Burch

Bouchra Jarrar; Peter Som

Bouchra Jarrar — Peter Som

Chloe; Burberry Prorsum

Chloe — Burberry Prorsum

Christian Dior; Rebecca Taylor

Christian Dior — Rebecca Taylor

Christopher Kane; Mary Katrantzou

Christopher Kane — Mary Katrantzou

Costume National; Damir Doma

Costume National — Damir Doma

DKNY; Thakoon

DKNY — Thakoon

Emilio Pucci; Preen

Emilio Pucci — Preen

Giorgio Armani; Shiatzy Chen

Giorgio Armani — Shiatzy Chen

Helmut Lang; John Galliano

Helmut Lang — John Galliano

Marni; Sacai

Marni — Sacai

Max Mara; Rodarte

Max Mara — Rodarte

Topshop Unique; Marc Jacobs

Topshop Unique — Marc Jacobs

Valentino; Sharon Wauchob

Valentino — Sharon Wauchob

Vanessa Bruno; Jill Stuart

Vanessa Bruno — Jill Stuart

Versace; Vionnet

Versace — Vionnet

Zadig&Voltaire; Ann Demeulemeester

Zadig&Voltaire — Ann Demeulemeester

Braids

Braids 2014 2015

Do not overlook the braids (for example celebrities, very often adopt them in their looks and look brilliant). This season, braids are in fashion in all its diversity, and you should choose those that are “more difficult” to execute. As you already know, lush braids braided to one side, will add in your look a note of romance. Make your look more modern with a fantastic hairstyle: half up and half down braided. Braid a fishtail braid for delicate touch.One of the best catwalk braided hairstyles are the Cornrow braids created on models, that you definitively must try to execute. Although sophisticated hairstyles with braids look spectacular, there was a place on the podium not only for “complicated” hairstyle that basically can be executed only by stylists, but also extremely simple one – for example, in Marc by Marc Jacobs show part of the look were two tight braided braids, like the ones schoolgirls have.

Braids – Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Simone Rocha; Temperley London

Simone Rocha — Temperley London

Leonard; Chado Ralph Rucci

Leonard — Chado Ralph Rucci

Guy Laroche; Nanette Lepore

Guy Laroche — Nanette Lepore

Marc By Marc Jacobs; Marchesa

Marc By Marc Jacobs — Marchesa

Ponytails

Tell the high ponytail a resounding “no” with a clear conscience. Tie your hair as low as possible, first dividing them into parting in the middle or on the side. If a few strands remain loose, take them away by the ears or use a headband – the face has to be open. To make this hairstyle luster and elegant, try to get the trendy “smooth” effect and accentuate it with a glossy shine, something like a clear hair gel for arranging the hair.

Ponytails – Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Alberta Ferretti; Arzuaga

Alberta Ferretti — Arzuaga

Balmain; Frank Sorbier

Balmain — Frank Sorbier

Edun; Fendi

Edun — Fendi

Mara Hoffman; Acne Studios

Mara Hoffman — Acne Studios

Marios Schwab; Holly Fulton

Marios Schwab — Holly Fulton

Richard Nicoll; Jonathan Saunders

Richard Nicoll — Jonathan Saunders

Stella McCartney; Roccobarocco

Stella McCartney — Roccobarocco

Veronique Leroy; David Koma

Veronique Leroy — David Koma

Victoria Beckham; Sally Lapointe

Victoria Beckham — Sally Lapointe

Vivienne Tam; Kenneth Cole

Vivienne Tam — Kenneth Cole

The classic low ponytail is too easy for you? Try to make an unusual parting, as in Holly Fulton show, combing the hair in different directions, similar to what have the models from Acne Studios show. Sophisticated intricate strands, as in the image from Fendi show, where we can see basket weave hairstyles, and layered tails as in David Koma shows, also can be something you might like to try.

Buns and knots

Buns knots 2014 2015

If this season high ponytails did not inspired the stylists, then with buns the situation is different. Created either on the top of the head (stylists called them ballerinas bun), at high or very low level – it all depends on the nature of the look. High and slightly careless buns will finish off everyday images. Buns created in the back look romantic and will be suitable for certain outfits. Low beams in combination with parted or slicked back hair look strict, but at the same time sexy, especially if you try to create the wet hair effect. In fashion are buns made ​​of braids as in Dolce & Gabbana and Laura Biagiotti shows, as well as knots hairstyles like in Naeem Khan, Maison Martin Margiela and Celine shows.

Buns and knots – Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Akris; Dolce&Gabbana

Akris — Dolce&Gabbana

Atelier Versace; Zang Toi

Atelier Versace — Zang Toi

Carolina Herrera; Prada

Carolina Herrera — Prada

Celine; Altuzarra

Celine — Altuzarra

Christian Siriano; Jean Paul Gaultier

Christian Siriano — Jean Paul Gaultier

Diane Von Furstenberg; Marchesa

Diane Von Furstenberg — Marchesa

Elie Saab; Jason Wu

Elie Saab — Jason Wu

Issey Miyake; Armani Prive

Issey Miyake — Armani Prive

Junko Shimada; Laura Biagiotti

Junko Shimada — Laura Biagiotti

Maison Martin Margiela; Naeem Khan

Maison Martin Margiela — Naeem Khan

Matthew Williamson; Roberto Cavalli

Matthew Williamson — Roberto Cavalli

Tadashi Shoji; Donna Karan

Tadashi Shoji — Donna Karan