How Pro Stylists Use a Curling Iron

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Is curling your hair your boring but dependable going-out styling fix? Us too. But we just learned a trick at New York Fashion Week that's making us rethink our curling wands.

At Anne Bowen's NOMAD VII SS16 show, the models rocked perfectly tousled waves that felt ultra cool with Anne's new streetwear collection filled with hoodies, tees and dresses that have just a little bit of modern edge. Anne postponed the show after Kanye pulled a fast one and unveiled his Yeezy Season 2 Collection during the same time slot at the last minute. Ouch.
NVII by Anne Bowen - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion WeekSO FIERCE. This lust-worthy look is courtesy of legendary master stylist Edward Tricomi of Warren Tricomi Salon in New York City, who we caught up with before the show (while also trying to keep it cool and not fangirl out too hard).

"Urban hair...very easy-going," Edward told us of his inspo. "How you get the look is to spin it around a curling iron and hairspray. So a little bit undone, but not too undone."

Easy, right? The point is to not get all perfectionist about it, so the hair is loosely curled in a kinda lived-in way. We really love it.

Here's some of the other models from the show - both their hair and clothes are goals AF:
NVII by Anne Bowen - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion WeekHoods and gauzy layers - YAS.

NVII by Anne Bowen - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion WeekThis chick gives off some serious Khaleesi vibes.
NVII by Anne Bowen - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion WeekHer abs, tho.
NVII by Anne Bowen - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion WeekThis hair is just too good - BRB, heating my curling wand...

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