Usually, I don't get too excited about Fashion Week hair—or even consider copying it for my day-to-day life. (The ultra-greased, slicked-back ponies at Alexander Wang? NOT flattering. No thank you.)
But the Misha Nonoo Spring 2015 show was different and totally something I could see myself wearing.
"We created a modern-looking wave that was very sleek at the root to give it a bit of sharpness, with lots of texture at the base to create a touch of romance and beautiful movement," says hairstylist Matthew Curtis, global stylist for TRESemmé.
Even cooler: "We were inspired by the '90s and that edgy, supermodel style." Yep, I can see it.
Keep reading for how to get the look...
How to Get Textured Waves
Step 1: Starting with clean, damp hair, create a part on one side. Apply a mousse at the roots, working it into your hair.
Step 2: Firmly brush down on your roots as you dry them with a blowdryer. This will ensure the hair lies flat. Once dry, spray with hairspray.
Step 3: Starting at the front, take large sections of hair and wrap them around a large barrel curling iron. Make sure to hold the iron vertically. Only wrap the hair once and leave the ends out.
Step 4: Run your hands through your hair to loosen the curls, keeping the top section smooth.
Step 5: Tuck your hair on one side, behind your ear. Spray all over with hairspray.