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6 Textured Hairstyles That are Ruling Fashion Month Thus Far

Curated By
Alyssa François

Hairstyles that will give you all the feels.

Smooth and neat looks are out and textured hairstyles are in. From the runway to street style, women are either embracing their natural hair textures, or doing everything under the sun to create texture on hair that’s stubborn when it comes to holding a curl. Below we’ve rounded up our top edit of textured styles from the catwalk to the streets and how you can get them now.

6 of The Best Textured Hairstyles from Fashion Month

young model with textured hairstyle on super short natural hair
Pick out a baby afro for to increase length and to enhance texture. Photo credit:

1. The Look: Combed Out ‘Fro

Get the Look: Wash your hair with Dove Absolute Curls Ultra Nourishing Shampoo and Dove Absolute Curls Ultra Nourishing Conditioner, then apply some of the Dove Absolute Curls Supreme Creme Serum for styling and smoothness. Dry your hair with a diffuser or air-dry, then use a fine-tooth comb to comb through to stretch and create a picked-out texture.

young model with side swept hairstyle with mussed-up texture.
Use your fingers to style and have control of the texture you want. Photo credit:

2. The Look: Undone Side Swept Bangs

Get the Look: To turn a prim hairstyle into something less stuffy, finger combing is a simple styling technique to try. Prep your hair with TRESemmé Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray, then use a flat iron to create waves. Create a deep side part, then use your fingers to roughly swoop your hair to the side and pin in place.

young woman with blonde curly ends
Styling tip for juxtaposition: Keep the top smooth and the bottom bursting with texture. Photo credit:

3. The Look: Business at The Root, Party at The Ends

Get The Look: Part your hair down the middle and smooth Dove Absolute Curls Supreme Creme Serum from roots to ends. Create a sleek ponytail on each side (a.k.a. pigtails), secure with a hair elastic, then braid the ends. Once hair is dry release elastic and braids and focus on separating the ends to enhance texture and volume.

young woman with bleach blonde buzzcut hairstyle
High buzz. Keep it light and airy with no product at all. Photo credit:

4. The Look: Bold Blonde Buzz

Get the Look: This one starts in the salon, ask your stylist for the best blonde for your skin tone then, go for the buzzcut. Opt for a super high fade so you still can style the look other ways if you wanted. The key to this sharp and edgy look? A blowdryer with a comb attachment! Simply blow-dry your hair upwards until you get the spiky, light and airy texture you desire.

woman with curly undone pixie haircut
Air-dry styling is the key to gorgeous texture. Photo credit:

5. The Look: The Curly Pixie

Get The Look: Air-dry, air-dry, air-dry! But, if you must use a dryer, skip the diffuser rough dry instead. To get your curls to clump together when styling, use TRESemmé Flawless Curls Defining Gelthen scrunch to intensify the texture.

young model with wispy updo hairstyle
Baby hair overload, in a good way, of course. Photo credit:

6. The Look: Baby Hair Overload

Get the Look: Gather your hair into an updo, then use a wax like S Factor by TIGI Creamy Molding Wax to help sculpt your baby hair. Finish off the look by pulling out a few pieces of hair at the hairline to create the piecey effect.

Want more fashion month inspired looks like these textured hairstyles? Check out how to create these street-style snap worthy down ‘dos.

Alyssa François
Your Mane Attraction, Alyssa
28 February 2017