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25th of September 2017

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The Best Hair Looks From Spring 2018 Runways

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Alberta Ferretti

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Emporio Armani

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Preen

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Simona Rocha

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J.W. Anderson

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Coach

The Look: "It’s a grungy, bedhead, downtown, 1970’s rock-and-roll vibe," hairstylist Guido Palau explained. He used a spray way to, "give the models a rocker edge and to emphasize their own hair’s texture. And I’ve left the ears showing with a center part, keeping the length and back a little bit messy to showcase the effortless vibe.”

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Victoria Beckham

The Look: "This is a really easy idea of sophistication," Palau told ELLE.com. "It's this half-up, half-down ponytail with bits falling out, just pulling back in a childlike idea of pushing your hair away. The charm, ease and luxury of that undone-ness feels so rich now.

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Vivienne Tam

The Look: Smooth and center-parted. "The hair has a slight wave to it and is airy, soft and '70s," says stylist Jon Reyman.

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Delpozo

The Look: Shiny and sharp in front; intricate braided buns in back.

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Novis

The Look: Irregularly parted hair was drawn into low, pulled-through ponytails by hairstylist Matthew Morris, who used L'Oréal Professional products.

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Brandon Maxwell

The Look: For the most part, models' hair was left alone by stylist James Pecis: "Everyone was approached differently and given a tousled look that still felt clean and expensive."

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Helmut Lang

The Look: A tight, twisted bun and a face-framing curl that was both edgy and commanding by hairstylist Holli Smith.

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3.1 Phillip Lim

The Look: Reflective, fresh hair. Some up, some tightly braided.

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Jeremy Scott

The Look: "This season the statement is, there is no statement. The hair is relaxed and beautiful. I want every girl to look in the mirror and like the way they look, then leave the show wearing the look," says hairstylist Eugene Souleiman. Some models go disco ponytails, others sweet buns, still others beachy waves.

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Carolina Herrera

The Look: What appears to be a pretty straightforward blowout is actually a little smart trick by Smith. "Use a curling iron to create a slight curve in the hair that will hide the split ends," she says.

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Marchesa

The Look: Models either got drapey and deconstructed French twists, or broken waves studded with flowers. For both ethereal options, hairstylist Antonio Corral Calero turned to texture spray on dry strands to rough things up a little.

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Anna Sui

The Look: This was a "hippy moment," according to stylist Garren. Tons of volumizing spray was the foundation for every look.

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Colovos

The Look: Hairstylist Odile Gilbert says a large, two-inch curling iron was the key to this expertly simple ponytail. After lacing in waves, she broke them apart for that "natural, wavy texture."

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Naeem Khan

The Look: Ornate flower crowns propped up by equally ornate braids.

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Sally LaPointe

The Look: To get this precisely stacked bobby pins effect, Smith advises holding "hair at the nape of the neck when sliding bobby pins in, to avoid the hair bowing and to give a smooth feature finish."

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Prabal Gurung

The Look: "We interpreted the hair as if a woman has just gotten out of a swimming pool or the ocean, and just ran a comb through her hair, leaving the hair looking glamorous and gorgeous," says hairstylist Anthony Turner. After wetting the hair but not soaking it, Turner applied gel from the hairline back, raking through with a wide-tooth comb but making sure product didn't drip lower than the ears, which would have left the ends stiff. He added a few waves with a curling iron and finished with a shine mist.

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Fenty Puma By Rihanna

The Look: Hairstylist Yusef sought to give models "athletic cool, bad girl, graphic with a little bit of edge hair." He sectioned strands into two ponytails—top and bottom sections—then drew loops through colorful elastic bungees.

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Marc Valvo

The Look: Side-parted strands accented with ropey, twisty, braids.

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Christian Siriano

The Look: Wide double-braids cascade into low and streamlined ponys.

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Public School

The Look: Tied-back and textured ponytails courtesy of hairstylist Allen Ruiz. He did want to embrace each model's natural texture, so he turned to a hydrating tonic. "Straightforward salt sprays can sometimes leave hair a bit too crunchy," he says. "Blowdry into either wet or dry hair to infuse with a natural sheen."

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Tome

The Look: Smooth hair and wet fringe by hairstylist Antoinette Beenders. To help the wispy bangs stay shapely and stay put, she actually applied hair gel right onto the forehead.

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Jonathan Simkhai

The Look: Gilbert took her time giving each model unruly waves with an itty-bitty 3/8" curling iron. Once hair was satisfactorily crimped, she separated just the top half into two sections that she twisted onto each other and knotted, holding in place with French pins. She then wrapped and pinned the knot's loose ends around the head like a crown. "Using your fingertips to rake your hair will create more natural and wild texture," she added.

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Philipp Plein

The Look: Rapunzel-length plaits, dotted with blooms and blossoms.

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Jill Stuart

The Look: "Create extra volume by using your fingertips to tease hair," says Gilbert. "The final result is not only voluminous, but touchable and soft." She plumped it out by adding mousse before drying and dry shampoo after, teasing the ends for even more volume and finishing with a braid next to each ear.

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