Looks from Threads Fashion Show You’ll Want to Rock Every Day

Just nights ago, models strutted down the runway of Threads Fashion Show, rocking three killer hair styles. 

Waterworks Salon and Spa Academy students transformed Threads student models into high-fashion runway-ready divas. Designers were able to choose between three hairstyles and three unique makeup looks to compliment their designs. Waterworks Salon hosted over 90 models all afternoon of Threads and worked to prepare for them on the big day.

Hairstyles

“Sleeked and Part-less”

This is an editorial look with no part and hair slicked straight back. This dramatic look has become common down runways across the nation.

To make it work on the daily, incorporate dark themes, like a leather jacket. Use gel or hairspray to comb the hair back and it will stay in place all day.

“Sleek Pony”

This look is a low pony tail, gelled back, and a hair tie hidden by hair wrapped around the tie with a middle or side part.

This look is so versatile and can be utilized for multiple hair types. Try it with a high neckline, dark smoky eye, or over the knee boots. Wrap a piece of hair around the hairband to turn it into a night look.

“Exposed Bobby Pin”

This look is made unique by multiple exposed bobby pins, and is especially a good look for shorter haired models.

A couple models sported the look of front braids. This bohemian vibe is quirky and cute. Dress it up with a floral dress or down with your favorite t-shirt  and jean jacket.

Bobby-pins can be worn to hold front hair pieces back, and make for a fashionable accessory to an outfit.

Makeup

“No-makeup makeup”

No-makeup makeup is commonly seen on runways to emphasize on the clothing itself, not the model. It should be worn with heavy contour, sharp eyebrows, nude lip, and no eyeliner.

The key to this makeup look is only applying makeup where its necessary, by emphasizing natural features of the face like the skin and eyes.

This look can be easily worn on campus with mascara, concealer and a glossy lip.

“Pop of Color”

Colorful makeup can make a look unique and stand out. It is achieved with a “no-makeup makeup base,” winged eyeliner with a random pop of color, and the designers chose this color depending on the theme of their look.

Although some may be afraid to play with color, it is popular for spring time looks. Start off by using only a small amount of color and then build up to more once comfortable.

On campus it can be worn with a colorful eyeliner on the bottom waterline, a colored mascara, or a fun lipstick.

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