[Three looks created by TRESemmé this season, from Narciso Rodriguez and two braided looks from Marissa Webb.]
The best news about beauty for spring/summer 2015 is that it is going to be so easy, so natural, so effortless for you to get these looks that proved to be popular on the runway. While the avant garde stuff is fun to witness and write about, when push comes to shove, approachable beauty reigns supreme. See below for a breakdown of the major trends, followed by where they were seen, who created them, and even a how-to every now and then!
[A close-up of the braided pompadour by Jeanie Syfu for TRESemme at Marissa Webb.]
You know how to pull your hair back into a ponytail, right? Then you’re all set for hair for spring 2015! There were of course a bunch of ponytail varieties from the sleek and straightforward to the more intricate, but its certainly an important look of the season.
Super duper slick and dry textures are a modern, edgy mashup that also was pretty big on the runways. Go wet and greasy in the front, and keep the ends dry and textures with the help of a salt spray or dry shampoo. This look resulted in the antithesis of volume, in which the styles stayed close to the head.
Grown-Up Braids are also a must for 2015; start practicing now, or find a good braiding bar in your area since this finished look was paired with a myriad of different silhouettes. Give them some piecy-ness and rough up a bit to make them more sophisticated.
The chignon isn’t exactly a trend, as it’s a staple of sophisticated hair dressing, but it certainly retained its presence for spring 2015! Slung low, high, and everywhere in between, you really can’t go wrong with this style (and my fool-proof way of making one is with the help of a Goody spin pin!)
Alicia for Maybelline kept nails natural and neural with two coats of this “Better in Buff” shade, a rosy nude.