Our fave hair looks from New York Fashion Week 2024

Raise your hand if you've ever wanted to go behind the scenes at New York Fashion Week. ðŸ™‹‍♀️ (OK, that's everyone, right?)

Get ready to live out your best Devil Wears Prada dreams, because we went backstage for The Blonds and Batsheva runway shows to see how it all goes down. Spoiler for the fashion girlies: The trends for 2024 are showing big and bold looks—with IG-worthy hair and makeup to match.

The Blonds

One word to describe the energy here? Electric (think: dozens of hairstylists working to create some majorly unforgettable hair looks). From puffed-up ponies to snake braids, every style was like a piece of art. Long story short, the bigger the hair, the better.

This runway szn, TRESemmé partnered with The Blonds and celeb hairstylist Lacy Redway to create some srsly showstopping (and low-key nostalgic) styles.

So what was the inspiration behind bringing back bouncy '80s vibes? "Past and present Latino icons," shares celeb hairstylist Lacy Redway. "We were able to use those references to create these gorgeous looks that showcase the creativity and heritage of the brand." 

The pineapple updo


This pinned-up pineapple look was the star of the show. (The shine! The curls! The sharp makeup!)  The key product: TRESemmé Extra Hold Spray ($7). It's the perfect spritz to lock in styles and preserve volume—while keeping your strands brushable, ofc. Finish with some TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Silky Shine Hair Spray ($8) for a gorgeous, glowy sheen.



Backstage at Batsheva, the hair and makeup department was focused on inner beauty. 

Celeb hairstylist Justine Marjan worked with TRESemmé to create looks to reflect each model. "All the models are doing a different hairstyle that showcases their unique personality," Marjan shares.

The French twist


Marjan's go-to style? A chic French twist.  "The hero look is a soft-curled French twist that feels beautiful and effortless," she says. To prep the model's hair, Marjan spritzed in TRESemmé Extra Hold Spray ($7). Then, she created a side part and used a 1-inch curling iron, pinning the sections to cool as she made her way around the head. After removing the pins and brushing through, she pulled the hair into a French twist, leaving out a few strands to frame the face. She finished with a mist of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Silky Shine Hair Spray ($8) and TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Anti-Frizz Finishing Spray ($8) to get some serious shine (and staying power). 

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by Haley Kramer | 2/27/2024