8 Hair & Nail Trends From NYFW Fall/Winter 2022
These Trends Dominated The Runway This Season!
New York Fashion Week is just what we needed to cure our winter blues! This year emphasized minimal, chic looks, including sleek buns and slicked-back wet styles (a contrast from last season’s all-out extravagance!). But that doesn’t mean there was no DRAMA whatsoever—thanks to voluminous ponies at Sergio Hudson and the skyscraper updos at No Sasso.
Keep scrolling to check out the biggest hair and nail trends from Fall/Winter 2022. It’s the pick-me-up we ALL deserve!
1. Dramatic Ponies
If you’re going to wear a ponytail, why not up the ante by bringing in the drama? Nothing livens up a classic look like exaggerated length and over-the-top volume to make even the most basic ponies pop!
Sergio Hudson by @naeemahlafond using amika // Photo courtesy of amika/Aaron Weiss
The Blonds by @hairbyeleven using Moroccanoil® // Photo courtesy of Moroccanoil®/Andrew Werner
2. The Wet Look
There’s something about that “just stepped out of the pool” look that’s so effortlessly chic, even though the creation involves less water and more hairspray, gel and dare we say, “lube” (that one’s an industry secret).
11 Honoré by @naivashaintl // Instagram via @naivashaintl
Altuzarra by @jamespecis using Oribe // Instagram via @altuzarra
Peter Do by @jawaraw using Dyson // Photo courtesy of Dyson/Harger 4
Flying Solo by @matthewcurtishair using Olivia Garden // Photo courtesy of Olivia Garden/Thomas Concordia
3. Bejeweled Parts
A little bling never hurt no one, but instead of using jewelry, bring the spotlight to the hair with well-placed rhinestones and gems along the part line. This is a simple way to spruce up classic cornrows or a middle part.
Bronx and Banco by @hairbyeleven using Moroccanoil® // Photo courtesy of Moroccanoil®/Andrew Werner
Christian Siriano by @jonreymanhair using Dyson & K18 Hair // Instagram via @daphnevelghe/Photo by @sarakerens
4. Head Wraps & Scarves
The scarf isn’t just your go-to accessory for a bad hair day. Take it from these lead hairstylists—the right head scarf can quickly turn even a simple ponytail or a bob into an Instagram-worthy moment!
Victor Glemaud by @jawaraw using FEKKAI // Photo courtesy of FEKKAI/Dan Lecca
PatBO by @lacyredway // Instagram via @lacyredway
Kim Shui by Cutler Salon using Redken // Instagram via @kimshuistudio
5. “Euphoria” Nails
HBO’s “Euphoria” has been pushing the beauty trends since its debut in 2019 and it doesn’t seem to be stopping in its second season. These long bedazzled claws in bold and nude colors are definitely Maddy-approved! Click here to get hair trends from the show’s head hairstylist Kim Kimble!
Alice + Olivia by @ginaedwards_ using KISS Nails // Instagram via @ginaedwards_
Christian Cowen by @byjuanalvear // Instagram via @byjuanalvear
Christian Siriano by @ginaedwards_ using OPI // Instagram via @ginaedwards_
Makarian by @ginaedwards_ using KISS Nails // Instagram via @ginaedwards_
6. Structural Updos
Who says Marie Antoinette has to to be the only one with ceiling-grazing hair? These might not be the bouffants of the past, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t serving serious height and drama.
Collina Strada by @mideyahparkerhair using Aveda // Instagram via @mideyahparkerhair
No Sesso by @theoghairman // Instagram via @jaime.creates
7. Polished Buns
You can never go wrong with a classic bun! Sometimes going back to the basics, with little tweaks in how the hair is wrapped at the base, make just as much of a bold statement.
Duncan by @joeygeorge using Keratin Complex // Instagram via @joeygeorge
Laquan Smith by @lacyredway // Instagram via @gabbijeanne
8. Blunt Bobs
Whether it’s micro or shoulder-grazing, there’s something eye-catching about the blunt bob. No wonder it seems to be one of the go-to cool-girl cut for top models.
Do your blunt bobs turn out too bulky? Then you NEED these tips on how to avoid a chunky bob!
Christian Cowen by @brianacisneros using Wella Profssionals // Photo courtesy of Wella Professionals/Adam Weiss
Eckhaus Latta by @tamaramcnaughton using Oribe // Instagram via @tamaramcnaughton