Je Ne Sais Quoi Beauty & Bardot Hair At Erin Fetherston

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    While the majority of runway-hair looks are undoubtedly impressive, there are few that are, well, wearable. While we definitely look to Fashion Week to awe and inspire, let's face it: Not many of us are willing and able to sport teased bouffants or slick, scuba hair. The look we we are dying to try (always and forever): Brigitte Bardot vacationing in Saint Tropez. Leave it to the angelic Erin Fetherston to feature this incredibly feminine, pretty, romantic-yet-sexy look at her spring '13 show.

    Created by Odile Gilbert for Kérastase Paris, this look packs a trendy punch (hello, zipper headbands!), yet is surprisingly simple to recreate. To start, Gilbert prepped hair with Kérastase Mousse Volumactive and executed a simple blowout. Next, she created loose curls all over with a large-barrel curling iron to create shiny movement. For the perfect accessory, Gilbert tied on zippers as headbands, securing them underneath the hair. As a finishing touch, she gave the front section of the hair a twist, looping it through the open zipper to create the face-framing swoop. To keep it all in place, Gilbert used Double-Force Hairspray and added shine with Elixir Ultime Rose Milleanaire (new for fall!) on the ends. Ta-da!

    Click through to see the swoon-worthy images from the show (could Erin herself be any hotter?!). While it's perfect for spring, this hair is so good we may have to start rocking it, um...right now.

    Photographed by Sara Haile

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