Winter begins with fascinating fashion shows. Plenty pictures of runway and street styles fills our social feed and we are taking notes on how to channel the trends, from low key chic to updo elegance. Today I have selected some 2017 hair trends from New York fashion week’s SS17 runway. You can find your next makeover inspiration among these gorgeous models who demonstrate the latest trends. Messy Knot
This look was a great beginning for opening that incredible ceremony. The hairstylist has created a sharp triangular section at the front of the scalp pulling the hair back and securing into a loose, yet organized bun that looks both feminine and chic. The overall look has been styled into a messy style, so you don’t have to overdo it. Apart from the style, the color is also amazing.Crimped Messy Hair
Whether you believe or not but crimped hair has returned to the runway. This particular crimped style requires a bit more effort and a lot more product. Start by completely saturating the hair with qualified tonic before blow drying with the thickening full form mousse. Make sure that these products have a high quality. You will also need to divide your strands into eight pin-curl sets, flat-iron each before removing hair pins and brushing through locks to provide with lots of texture and volume.Sleek Bun Hairstyle
Here is a sleek bun style that has been taken to perfection. Models appreciate that sophisticated-chic ballerina bun. Mastering the look is almost as simple as your favorite topknot. Start by applying glossing style cream all over hair before dividing strands into two ponytails, one secured at the crown, the other at the center. Apply the sealing serum to style flyaways before knotting the two ponytails wrapping each around the other in the center of the head.Textured Hair
There are various interesting styles that can be adopted from New York runway shows. The exaggerated afro is one of those styles that have already managed to become our favorite. It is possible to re-create this look by adding volume with the help of hair products. Keep in your mind that the quality of hair product is pretty important.Retro Inspired Hairstyle
We could have some strong d?j? vu following Fashion Week since retro inspired hairstyles have been an important part of it. The popular hairstylist used special hair gels to create some volume and texture at the top of the head. Then the hair has been divided into 3 front sections and smoothed with the help of a powder spray. Pinned up strands form an incredible half up half down style.