Thecrown

From flo­ral gar­lands to daz­zling head­bands, the hair ac­ces­sory reigned supreme this sea­son. Melissa Twigg de­tails the top ways to get your locks on the best-dressed list REAL GEMS

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Saint Lau­rent Think Marie An­toinette at Coachella and you’ll get an in­sight into the glit­ter­ing, glam­orous trend that dom­i­nated the cat­walks this sea­son. From jew­elled brooches and ruby-en­crusted mini crowns to over­sized emer­ald hair clips and multi-strands of gold and sil­ver, baubles have mi­grated north from your neck. Dolce & Gab­bana em­bel­lished sim­ple black head­bands with art deco brooches, while Al­berta Fer­retti wove gold thread through tou­sled locks. Mod­els wore prom queen tiaras at Marc Jacobs and Gre­cian gold head­pieces at Ro­darte. And don’t make the mis­take of think­ing this is a look just for af­ter dark—it works just as well with jeans

Al­berta Fer­retti and an Alexan­der Wang T-shirt by day as it does with a March­esa evening gown by night. But there’s one hard-and-fast rule: hair needs to look tou­sled and just the right side of messy, so spritz in Toni & Guy Ca­sual Tex­tur­is­ing Sea Salt Spray af­ter wash­ing and leave locks to air-dry. Any­thing too sleek and hair­sprayed, and you’ll look more Down­ton Abbey than down to party.

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