Spring hairstyles always bring beautiful waves, chic updos, and sweet curls. This season, as always, there's a smorgasbord of styles out there inspired by everything from wood nymphs to silent film starlets. But while runway hair traditionally takes a lot of time (and mousse), many of the most striking styles this time around are surprisingly simple if you know a few tricks, and only take a few minutes to create. To see which high-fashion hair is secretly a breeze to do, and find out how to get the look yourself, just keep reading.
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Not only have we spotted minimal makeup this 2010 Spring Fashion Week, we're also seeing lots of pale nails. At Marc Jacobs's show, the theatrical makeup look, which was created by NARS and inspired by dancer Martha Graham, had a gothic, mysterious quality. As for the nails, Jacobs hand-picked four shades of OPI polishes to complement the whimsical, nude-toned clothing we saw on the runway. I'm sensing a trend alert here, as other designers, such as Erin Fetherston, Georges Chakra, and Andy & Debb have all featured pale polishes, too.
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"Sunshine Cuties is coming out in the Spring," Gwen dished. And by the sound of it, there's something else up Gwen's perfume sleeve. "There's always something in the works. I do really enjoy doing the fragrances," she added. I guess we'll have to wait and see what she's got cooking in the scent department. In the meantime, I'm off to get my white nail polish trend on. How about you?
Photo by Ann Lawlor