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Style the one step repair sleek bun from nyfw

    Three images of a model walking the PatBO NYFW Runway

    Ready to get effortlessly strong style straight from the NYFW F/W ‘22 runway? In collaboration with designer PatBO and TRESemme Global Hairstylist Lacy Redway, we’re sharing the official One Step Repair Style seen on the PatBO runway for you to recreate using our new TRESemmé One Step Repair.

    Designed to deliver 5-in-1 hairstyling benefits for damaged hair, our One Step Repair repairs visible damage, reduces breakage, increases glossy shine, adds heat protection, and smooths strands all in one simple step. Inspired by the everyday multi-tasking woman, this runway style paired with our limited-edition TRESemmé x PatBO Velvet Hair Tie with Bow Detail—or your favorite scrunchie at home--is the easiest way to rock strong and healthy style with minimal effort. With this sleek low bun straight from NYFW, you’ll have a glossy and practical hairstyle that’s ready to conquer whatever the day brings!

    To style this sleek low bun at home, here are the TRESemmé products and hair tools you’ll need:

    Step 1:

    Apply TRESemmé One Step Repair on damp hair, concentrating on mid-length to ends. Comb through so the product is evenly distributed.

    Step 2:

    Blow dry hair with a round brush or a flat paddle brush and once dry, part hair down the middle with a fine tooth comb.

    Pro Tip: For damaged hair, use low heat settings when styling.

    Step 3:

    Pull hair back on either side into a low ponytail and wrap the ponytail around itself, securing with the TRESemmé x PatBO Velvet Hair Scrunchy. Make sure when the scrunchie is completely wrapped, that the bow is sitting on top of the bun.

    Step 4:

    Gently pull at the sides of the bun, loosening the hair a bit and adjusting to have a few strands pulled out of the bun for that effortless, un-done finish.

    Step 5:

    Complete the look by smoothing down hair on either side of the head with a comb or a small bristle brush to create a more polished look around the face.