From wide-set waves to defined coils, curls made a strong impact during the Fall 2013 collections. Whether you choose beautiful and feminine or edgy and avant garde, here are 8 different runway-inspired ways to style your curls this season.
Marc by Marc Jacobs' Big Spirals
This billowing style is most definitely a step up from spring's beachy waves. The voluminous curls seen at the Marc by Marc Jacobs show will not only add a playful, flirty look to your style—it's dead-on feminine.
Bottega Veneta's Old Hollywood Glamour Ringlets
A smooth crown adds a softer element to brushed out curls. As seen at Bottega Veneta, these softer curls are the epitome of romance.
Just Cavalli's Sensual Coils
Undulating coils made quite the statement at Just Cavalli. Sexy and edgy, these atypical curls promise to give both your locks and overall look a standout style.
Diane Von Furstenberg's Loose Waves
Curls came undone during Diane von Furstenberg's show for a wavy result that was effortlessly sexy and casual. Easy for everyday styling, this type of 'do requires minimal effort but always looks amazingly pretty.
Oscar de la Renta's Wet Waves
Killing two trends in one hairstyle, Oscar de la Renta sent out his models in wet, messy waves. Very undone but still high on glam, this dramatic 'do is this season's version of the sexpot mane.
Junya Watanabe's Rebellious Updo
Just when you though curls couldn't get any wilder, Junya Watanabe's girl shows off a sky-high frizzy updo. Part fro and part brushed out ringlets, this style is definitely not for the timid.
L'Wren Scott's Disco Curls
Channel your inner 70s diva by seeking inspiration from L'Wren Scott's show where models showed off major frizz in all its glory. To get this extra fanned-out finish, make sure to wind hair tightly around pins before brushing out the sections.
Rochas' New Wave
At Rochas, a new wave-curl was born. Starting off with a very groomed, almost masculine, side part and then progressing toward a more defined curly bottom, the result gave curls a more minimal approach.