Knots in Your Hair Are a Good Thing This Spring
Typically a knotty mane would be cause to break out the wide tooth comb and a bottle of conditioner, but this season, deliberate tangles are a style statement.
Hair stylist Paul Hanlon knotted long hair at the ends for Rag & Bone, then a day later created a tighter, off-the-neck knot for 3.1 Phillip Lim using dry shampoo to give hair a moldable texture.
At Thakoon, Odile Gilbert accessorized models’ “glossy, just-out-of-the-water hair” with two thin strands tied into a knot in the back and fastened with hidden thread and Kérastase Laque Noire hairspray.
For Marc by Marc Jacobs, Redken Creative Consultant Guido built mohawks out of four Björk-style buns.
And the double knot that James Pecis created for Zero + Maria Cornejo may be the prettiest and most wearable version of all. After prepping hair with working hairspray, he divided it into four sections, tied one knot with two sections and another knot with the remaining two.
Get the look: Phyto Professional Workable Holding Spray ($24); TRESemmé Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo ($6).
Photos: Imaxtree, courtesy of Kérastase, courtesy of TRESemmé; design: Taylor Cox
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