The New ‘Rich-Girl Hair’ Is Officially Everywhere

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During New York Fashion Week, we started to notice that at many shows, hair on the runway looked rich and gleaming and had a slight curl. It was the kind of hair you'd see on fancy Italian women in the 1980s. We quickly named it "rich-girl hair" — and, sure enough, it popped up all over Milan and Paris. On the runways at Versace, Gucci, and Chloé, models wore their shiny hair with a soft bend. Guido Palau, Redken's creative consultant, called the gleaming look at Versace "very glamorous, but in a nonchalant" way. This look is different from beachy hair — hairstylist Paul Hanlon, who created the polished look at Gucci, was quick to clarify that the hair was smooth and "clean," not crunchy with texture. Click through the slideshow for the best representations of fancy-girl hair from the month, in all the shiny glory.

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