These Hairstyles Stole the Show at the Spring 2022 Presentations in London, Milan and Paris
From super sleek to crisp middle parts to romantic updos, the hairstyles at New York Fashion Week Spring 2022 were pretty gorgeous. But it didn’t stop there. The memorable hair moments kept coming in London, Milan and Paris. We went back and looked through all the shows to put together the best Spring 2022 hair looks from the European fashion capitals.
The wet look is definitely still in. Supriya Lele sent models down the runway with damp locks. At both Missoni and Balenciaga, models also sported soaked strands.
When it came to updos, buns and top knots were all the rage. See the neat buns at Fendi. Or the messy top knots at Nensi Dojaka and Francesca Liberatore.
Super straight strands were popular at Versace. On the flip side, wavy, crimped-like locks dominated the Hermes presentation. It’s almost enough to make us break down and buy a hair crimper.
Need even more inspo? Scroll down to check out the best Spring 2022 hair looks from London to Paris. Some are obviously only suited to the runway. (We’re looking at you, rainbow bowl cut wigs.) Although there are a few you can totally do yourself in the comfort of your own home.
Hairstylist Cyndia Harvey’s goal was to give models a "look with a lot of attitude but that still felt nonchalant and relatable." She kept hair tight to the head and styled it so it looked like the models had gotten caught in the rain.
The hair and makeup theme was "alien angels." Hairstylist Sam McKnight created this otherworldly look by separating hair into three sections and slicking it all down with gel. The bleached brows and monotone face completed the alien vibe.
Models looked effortlessly cool and chic in their tailored suits and undone hair. Hairstylist Brady Lea was behind the messy, bedhead style that will work just as well IRL as it did on the runway.
The piecey top knots came courtesy of hairstylist Syd Hayes. The spiky toppers were paired with minimal makeup and sexy, formfitting clothes.
Cyndia Harvey also worked her hair magic at Simone Rocha with crystal barrettes and crowns. She used L'Oréal Professionnel Tecni Art Fix Max Gel for a high-gloss finish.
Guido Palau swept hair back into sleek chignons at Fendi. He even weaved in calla lilies made out of Murano glass designed by Delfina Delettrez.
The early aughts were back at Blumarine. Hairstylist Anthony Turner turned up the nostalgia factor by applying glitter to locks and tying on headscarves.
Guido Palau was also responsible for the hairstyles at Versace. He decided to emphasize the pin-straight strands so he gave some of the models extra long extensions.
Wet hair popped up again at Missoni making it one of the most popular hairstyles of the Spring 2022 season. This curly shag looked particularly chic.
The Francesca Liberatore show really brought the drama in the makeup and hair departments. Thanks to clouds of white pigment on models’ eyes and brows along with this edgy top knot by hairstylist Beppe D'Elia.
Hairstylist Holli Smith soaked strands for Balenciaga. The wet look paired perfectly with the thick black winged eyeliner.
Guido Palau teamed up with Davide, master colorist at Blanche Milano, to create choppy, bowl cut wigs in vibrant shades of pink, blue, purple, emerald and crimson. The faux locks were tousled with balm for an undone finish.
Another show, another spiky hairdo. This fluffy take added to the overall playful vibe of the collection.
The brand’s Spring 2022 collection was inspired by precision and curves. So it makes sense that many models rocked defined waves and sharp middle parts.