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  • Get the look: curtain fringe from jason wu
Model with curtain fringe bangs

Get the look: curtain fringe from jason wu

Calm elegance and joyful optimism defined Jason Wu’s approach to his New York Fashion Week F/W ‘18 runway. Inspired by the jewelry and industrial pieces of Italian designers and architects, Ettore Sottsass and Michele De Lucchi, Wu translated their works into relaxed, egalitarian styles with stunning linear silhouettes bolstered with the occasional crystal and lux hairstyles.


STEP 1:

Stylist brushing model's hair

Wash hair with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth  ShampooLink opens in a new window and  ConditionerLink opens in a new window to minimize frizz. Then spray  TRESemmé Repair & Protect 7 Pre-Styling SprayLink opens in a new window to protect hair against damage and make it easier to style.

STYLE TIP: “When creating this look, focus on the front pieces of hair. You want to have a nice transition from front to back. The goal is for it to look natural, not retro” — Holli Smith, TRESemmé New York Fashion Week Stylist.

STEP 2:

Stylists creating a center part

Create a natural looking part (do not brush hair). Pinch the hair at the crown of the head and use small silver clips to hold for added elevation.

STEP 3:

Stylists clipping model's hair

Push the front portion of your hair forward with a wide tooth comb and use flat clips to keep in place. Leave a small amount of hair in front of your ears and tuck the rest behind your shoulders using additional flat clips to secure hair.

STEP 4:

Stylists blowdrying model's hair

Leave the hair clips in and dry hair using a hair dryer on the cool setting, gently scrunching hair to bring out its natural texture.

STEP 5:

Stylist hair spraying model's hair

Finish the look with NEW  TRESemmé Compressed Micro-Mist Hair Spray Hold Level 4Link opens in a new window: Extend. Once sprayed, remove hair clips.