Rebecca Minkoff model

Fabulous Frizz

So long, flat irons. Brushed-out curls and teased tresses ruled the runways this season at shows like Rebecca Minkoff (seen here) and Oscar de la Renta. Softer than the fall's slicked-back silhouettes, these fluffy looks celebrate natural hair textures and add an easy complement to more structured sartorial styles. When trying a flyaway-fab 'do at home, be sure to define your part so that you look like you at least attempted to tame your mane before you walked out the door.


Sultry spirals on Rihanna

Skyler Samuels

A mega-sized mane on Skyler Samuels.

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Bedhead hairstyle

Bourgeouis Bedhead

With dry shampoos on every drugstore shelf, bedhead looks have officially gained mass appeal (hooray!). To stay ahead of the trend, adopt one of these fashion-forward interpretations of mussed-up strands, that range from shiny bases (seen here on the models at Giambattista Valli) to zig-zag parts. Happy snoozing!

Alexa Chung
Glossy waves on Alexa Chung.

Chelsea Handler

Surfer-girl locks on Chelsea Handler.

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Messy updo

Undone Updos

Whether held together with a gossamer scarf (seen here at Marc Jacobs), or accented with swatches of torn suede (like the models at Michael Kors), rumpled buns, braids and beehives are this spring's must-wear statement style. The key to executing these deceptively tricky looks is to make sure you start with an anchored base before you start to tease locks for volume.

Christina Hendricks
A disheveled half-up, half-down 'do on Christina Hendricks.

Alison Brie

An over-sized bun on Alison Brie.

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How will you sport the messy hair trend this summer?