CRIMP YOUR STYLE
Ah, the hippie-dippie granola ’70s. Au naturel was the craze: grown-out hair on brows, heads and everywhere else—there was just so much to do with manes! Grandmas have told us stories about crazy lengths, flowers in their hair, and how they would iron their locks with literal irons on boards. For the ones who would come as they were, hair was all about texture. Untouched, fluffy hair is usually the most healthy, and this is what this season wants to recreate. At Alexander Mcqueen, lengths and lengths of textured hair were loosely gathered into low ponytails, with some strands straying from the tie. Recreate this the next time you wear your flared jeans by braiding some sections of your hair into half-inch-thick braids and leaving them overnight. It’s important to braid just a few sections for a more natural wave, but if you want instant results, take W Elite’s 3-in-1 Salon Professional Curling Iron (P1709, zalora.com.ph) to your tresses and clamp on the sections around your face, and some at the ends. Tie into a ponytail, then pull the tie down until some strands fall out. Groovy.