New York Fashion Week Hair and Make-Up Trends
Hair Trends to Dye For!
New York Fashion Week
Soft lounge music fills the air in the speakeasy ambience of the Bowery Hotel in Manhattan. The models of New York Fashion Week's designer Katie Ermilio glide through the room showing off their furs, luxurious matte fabrics, lace, floral appliqués, and drapery style gowns in this season's neutral color palette.
There is a 1920s influence in trend for this year. Hair is parted in the center and loosely swept back with a ribbon accentuating the dual texture of both sleek and disheveled, which is designed by Mirza Botanovich and his team at Eufora International including Haim Ltd Salon in Del Mar, CA. Featured products include Eufora's Full Effect Dry Texture Spray, Tame and Behave.
Make-up trends for 2016 were inspired by celebrity make-up artist Romero Jennings and his dynamic team at M.A.C. Cosmetics. These trends expressed simplicity in design with natural rose cheeks, nude lips and cat eye liner.
The best way to describe these trends are as "Disheveled with Purpose." The runways of New York fashion week were flooded with emotion this season. Designers are expressing an overall feeling of identity crisis that brings us all back to what used to be seen in the 1920s depression era. This overall theme is shown beautifully by Pyer Moss and his collaboration with Erykah Badu. Muted tones, bulky fabric textures, limp lines and high loose collars are all aspects found on the New York Fashion Week runway.
Men's spring hair fashion designed to compliment this emerging trend was done by celebrity stylist Philip Carreon and his Eufora International team including our very own Del Mar, CA Haim Ltd Salon. Hair is textured, curly, and messy with a pillow head finish. Featured men's products include spray waxes and powder texturizers. Try Eufora's Details Spray Wax and Powder Lift, the official products of NYFW.