The Look: Beachy Hair and Minimalist Nail Art
How-To: “The collection was more graphic and architectural, so we went the opposite direction for the hair and did a grungier, messier wave,” said hairstylist Tommy Buckett. He used a straightening iron to create natural bends in the hair and finished with a light mist of salt spray. His tip for getting the perfect, just-back-from-the-beach texture for your hair type? “If you have thick hair, use salt spray on wet hair and break it up with your fingers so it doesn’t get too rope-y; if you have fine hair, use it on dry hair so you don’t weigh it down.” For the subtly graphic nails, Deborah Lippmann applied two coats of white polish so the color was completely opaque, then placed a thin strip of black striping tape horizontally across the top half of the nail and sealed it with a top coat.