Your to-do list – the very thing you use to get on top of it all – may be to blame. But help is here!
“Models are sporting great cuts and fringes,” explains Orlando. At Rag & Bone ( RIGHT), he highlighted the graphic lines by straightening the fringe. “To make it even more modern, leave the rest of your hair textured and wavy,” he says. Want sleekness? Apply mousse to damp hair and blowdry with a large barrel blowdry brush. After, run a flatiron over your lengths to get that shimmering result. If your hair is midlength, turn in the ends as seen at Jeremy Scott ( ABOVE), or spritz on sea-salt spray for a beachy finish and texture. “We’re letting every woman know that they can be the woman they want to be,” says Orlando of the dramatic cuts seen on some New York Fashion Week models. “We’re accentuating individuality so that when women look good, they feel good.”
tickets are limited and by invite only. Tresemmé, as a sponsor, had a Runway Studio Space where they were doing hair for show attendees to look their best.
There are a few givens in life: water is wet, the sky is blue, and if you are a living, breathing woman in 2016, you’re dealing with some level of stress.
According to a recent report, 43% of women say that they’re more stressed out now than they were five years earlier, and nearly 5% describe their stress as “extreme”. Women under the age of 33 report the highest levels of agita of any generation, with those 33- 46 close behind.
You can probably guess the reason behind the young-andanxious phenomenon: in your 20s and 30s, you’re struggling to establish your career, relationships and finances – all Grade-a stress boosters.
But we also live in a culture that values busyness: “At least half of a woman’s overall stress is directly tied to her to- do list, both the number of things she has to accomplish and the list itself,” says Dr Nancy Molitor, an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry and behavioural sciences.
One problem hiding in our lists is what we call the ‘ping-pong