The AW16 trends so far have left us wanting far more than just the clothes. From jewels to Rapunzel plaits, here are the key hair looks you can take off the runway and try at home now.
Hair Accessories were everywhere on the catwalk and are a perfect addition to your daily look for summer. LFW had an array of gorgeous tousled hair donned with all types of hair accessories from intricate flowers and jewels to simple single brooches. Alexander McQueen and Rodarte romantic hair styles are very simple to recreate at home.
Retro tied headscarves were seen at Mary Katranzou and Preen. A silk square scarf tied over the head paired with modern bold lips make this look current. You could also try a ready-tied hairband to create this look in seconds.
If you have been blessed with naturally big curly hair then embrace it. You may not want to go as far as the big coloured afros that were presented by Ashish but the bigger the hair the better, taking the 70s trebd right through to winter. Just define your hair so it is more curly than frizzy, John Freida's Frizz Ease is ideal.
Ponytails and plaits with modern twists were seen at Paul Smith and Roksanda, with stylists wrapping hair around to give an invisible band. Twisting was used by Prabal Gurung, looping the hair and tying it back into a low pony tail. Stylists used metal hair accessories to dress the hair to give it a modern look and turned a boring up-do into something special.
Slicking the hair back in a wet look, side-parted ponytail was also seen at Proenza Schouler to form a clean modern androgynous style.
Dutch braids, french braids and fishtail plaits were seen at Barrus. These can be tricky to learn, but once you do they look romantic and chic.
Straight and sleek is back and was seen at J JS Lee. If you already have straight locks, style in a middle-parting to be completely on-trend. If you don't have straight hair you need a good pair of straighteners, and some heat protection – which is a must to achieve this style.