How To Score Resort 2015 Hairstyles, Right Now


We love ogling the runways as much as the next fashion-obsessive, but knowing Resort 2015 ready-to-wear won’t hit shelves in the foreseeable future does put a damper on the festivities. Conveniently, the ultra sleek hairdos — ideal for combating the season’s unforgiving humidity levels — are light on technique, and with the right tools, attainable pretty much immediately. How’s that for instant gratification?

Runway To Real-Way In 5 Simple 'Dos


Get The Look: Severe Side Part

Using a paddle brush, blow-dry while manipulating your hair forward. Once completely dry, lightly spray roots with dry shampoo -- this provides staying power without weighing locks down with loads of hair spray. Finish by parting hair to one side to create the desired depth.

Naturia Dry Shampoo


Rene Furterer

Ion Anti-Frizz Ionic Hair Dryer



Signature Paddle Brush


Olivia Garden

Vera Wang

Flower Bud Print Scarf



Get The Look: Headscarves

Those cursed with frizz-prone strands will appreciate this humidity-taming trick: simply tie a long, skinny scarf around the crown of the head, leaving the ends to float freely. Voila!

Louis Vuitton

Get The Look: Partial Pastel

Even commitment-phobes can take part in Louis Vuitton's sweet take on punk by way of semi-permanent dyes. Those looking to have a one night stand with color will fall in love with hair chalk: apply a lot or a little, it all washes out with water.

Semi-Permanent Hair Color


Urban Outfitters

Pastel Hair Chalk




Get The Look: Low-Set Pony

Creating silkiness is the key to nailing this look. Go over dry locks with a flat iron to achieve next-level smoothness, then pull hair back into a ponytail so it sits a little above the nape of the neck (hint: use hair ties that match your hair color for a barely-there effect). Seal the deal with a few drops of shine enhancing serum.

Climate Control Frizz & Flyaway Spray



Sweet Heat i.D. Ionic Digital Flat Iron


AG Hair

Set of 6 Hair Ties



Proenza Schouler

Get The Look: No-Nonsense Middle Part

Starting at the hairline, use a fine tooth comb to part straightened hair right down the middle. For extra sleekness, work some smoothing serum through the ends. The beauty of this look is in its simplicity.

Fine Tooth Comb


Mason Pearson

Satin Hair Serum


Living Proof