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Be­fore Proenza Schouler’s show, damp-haired mod­els could be found lin­ing the sunny Chelsea, N.Y., side­walks out­side the venue. It was all part of the prep for An­thony Turner, lead stylist for Bum­ble and Bum­ble. “We’re cel­e­brat­ing each girl for ex­actly who she is—all the lit­tle mis­takes that hap­pen in their hair,” he said. “To achieve that, we sham­poo and send the mod­els out­side to air-dry.” To pre­vent frizz, Turner ap­plied Bum­ble and Bum­ble Hair­dresser’s In­vis­i­ble Oil ($50) but steered clear of the roots so that the hair would “feel light and move on the run­way.”

Not ev­ery wo­man’s nat­u­ral hair tex­ture re­quires, or al­lows for, a wash-and-go style. For hair that had re­laxer grow­ing out, Turner used a small curl­ing iron to cre­ate con­sis­tency. A rich mask like Kéras­tase Chro­nol­o­giste Crème de Re­gen­er­a­tion ($72)...

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