Start growing out your bobs and lobs because long hair is back and it's cooler than ever.
Although Fashion Show trends are not always easily translated into every-day wear, this seasons trends are more accessible than ever.
Here, our favorite trends from the Spring 2015 shows.
Carefree, barely-there waves cascaded onto sheer dresses, pastels and floral prints at Marchesa (left), Chloé, Valentino and more for a free-spirited, bohemian moment.
To achieve this look apply a texturising spray like Pureology Sea-Kissed Texturizer or Redken's fashion waves 07 sea salt-infused texturizing spray on damp hair and twist your hair into ropes. Diffuse or dry naturally
Ponytails went from high and sleek at Oscar de la Renta to looser and lower at Gucci and Jason Wu to practically falling out at Rag & Bone. The key with a great ponytail is in th prep...make sure you blow dry that hair smooth and spend some time brushing it through so it looks groomed and in control.
From twisted rope braids at Donna Karan (left) and cornrowed buns at Giorgio Armani to messy, classic plaits at Michael Kors, there's a braid for every skill level. Check out out braid story for some tutorials if your braiding skills are a little lacking.
At Altuzarra the buns were shaped into soft hearts, while at Carolina Herrera, models wore graphic, Japanese-inspired "sumo knots." Others, like the ones at Edun and Erin Fetherston, were full and classic. Adding texture by braiding the hair first before you create the bun will assure a more modern look.
The slick, shiny hair on the runways varied in degrees of wetness, going from lightly gelled at Versace to fresh out of the water at Thakoon. Part it down the middle, comb it back or pull it up in a tight bun. The key here is a combination of a firm hold get (like Redken Short Sculpt) and a wet pomade or wax (like Redken Move ability) that will hold the hair in place all day and stay wet looking at the same time
Big, sleek blowouts and bouncy curls, as seen at Diane von Furstenberg, referenced the ultimate sex symbol—Brigitte Bardot—and were the result of setting the hair in lots and lots of rollers. This can be achieved at home, but for perfectly big salon hair - see your stylist
Ornate and playful accessories turned ordinary ponytails and buns into works of art at shows like Fendi, where bold leather flowers matched the prints in the collection, and Dolce&Gabbana, which featured models with red roses, carnations and jewels in their hair.