10 hairstyles we fell in love with at London Fashion Week

Call us biased, but London is the coolest of the fashion weeks. Paris is glamorous, New York is wearable and Milan is classic, but London has the creativity that makes us want to grab our hairbrushes and copy the latest looks to hit the runway. Here are some of the most hair-envy inducing ‘dos we spotted at the recent A/W18 shows…

Roberta Einer
Hair by Bea Watson using Aveda

Slick, low braids with a high shine finish were the perfect hairstyle for a collection inspired by the excess of the 1980s. 

Hair by Eugene Souleiman using Wella Professionals and ghd

With nonchalent waves and just a sprinkling of glitter, this was festival style for minimalists. 

Richard Malone
Hair by John Vial using Revlon Professional

The most sophisticated look we saw this season was this super slick wet look, tucked into high collars. 

Sadie Williams
Syd Hayes using BaByliss PRO

Is this the plumpest ponytail you've ever seen? You heard it here: crimping is back. 

Simone Rocha
Hair by James Pecis using KMS

Three knotted braids were brought together with a black ribbon at the nape of the neck.

JW Anderson
Hair by Anthony Turner using KMS

Blunt, beautiful bobs that flicked out complimented the 1960s-inspired collection

Xiao Li
Hair by Mark Francome Painter using Evo

These ultra girlie skaters wore their hair in messy topknots, with the ends hanging down one side of their heads. 

Temperley London
Hair by Antonio Corral Calero using Moroccanoil

Deep side partings and polished waves - this is old Hollywood glamour done right. 

Lulu Guinness
Hair by Zoe Irwin using ghd

Natural textures reigned supreme at Lulu Guinness - models were given the chance to show off their individual personalities, the bigger the better. 

Kristian Aadnevik 
Hair by Antonio Corral Calero using Moroccanoil

This off-duty ballerina look takes the topknot and makes it supersized.