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Runway Review: Hair Trends at NYFW 2014

Fashion Week is never short of excitement and drama -- especially this year with editors getting stuck in elevators, Thom Browne's eccentric show, Anna Wintour smiling at David and Victoria Beckham's child and Naomi Campbell making an appearance!

Spring and summer 2014 have so many exciting beauty trends coming our way including lots of fun and classic ways to wear your hair. Here are few of the top hair trends from Spring and Summer New York Fashion Week 2014.


The Center Part

The center part is making a comeback, ladies and gents. It was all over the runways including shows like Rag & Bone and Proenza Schouler.

Rag & Bone Women's Collection - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014 Center part at Rag & Bone


Natural Tossled Waves

Sultry, natural waves are in for spring. Most of the wavy looks were tossled and very natural-looking, seen at runway shows like BCBG and Alexander Wang.

BCBG Spring Summer 2014 Natural Tossled Waves at BCBG


Low Pony

This chic and easy hairstyle is back for spring. Tight low ponytails were seen at runway shows like DKNY, Derek Lam and Creatures of the Wind.

Low Ponytail at DKNY SS 2014 fashion week Low Ponytail at DKNY


Wet Hair (again)

A big trend on the runways from Fall/Winter 2013 is back again. Wet hair was seen at runway shows like Phillip Lim and Herve Ledger.

Wet hair trend ss 2014 Wet Hair Look at 3.1 Phillip Lim



Here at Loxa Beauty, we love braids so, we're excited that braids are back from spring and summer 2014. Braids were seen at runway shows like Rebecca Minkoff and Karen Walker.


Rebecca Minkoff Braid Trend NYFW 2014 Braids at Rebecca Minkoff


Which NYFW hair trend is your favorite?

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