MAS­TER OF ONE

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

Braids went two ways this sea­son: Coachella-bound, like Gil­bert’s “un­struc­tured folk-rock-mu­si­cian”-in­spired twists at Al­tuzarra and TRE­Semmé am­bas­sador Or­lando Pita’s “re­laxed” crown pony at Hervé Léger “with pur­posely-pulled-out loose pieces.” Or, de­cid­edly not: At Proenza Schouler, An­thony Turner, hairstylist for Bum­ble and Bum­ble, wanted braids to feel “tough” and scraped the hair back into a tight, low pony­tail be­fore braid­ing. “It’s not ro­man­tic,” he said. “She means busi­ness.”

Clock­wise, from top left: Revlon Pro­fes­sional Uniq One All in One Hair Treat­ment Spray ($19.95); TRE­Semmé Per­fectly (Un)Done Waves Ul­tra-Brush­able Hair­spray ($6); Shu Ue­mura Art of Hair Am­ple An­gora

($42); Red­ken Braid Aid 03 ($25)

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