Milan’s Fashion Girls Make A Case For Waist-Grazing Hair

It's funny how quickly trends can change from city to city during Fashion Month. Just last week, we were in London, where effortlessly chic updos were the perfect complement to umbrellas and galoshes. Days before that, the fashion crowd in NYC influenced us to chop bangs and a bob. Now, in Italy's fashion capital, we're getting a whole new beauty vibe: classic glamour and long, long, long hair.

Milan's emerging street style looks not only inspired us to reschedule our upcoming haircuts, but they also made us reconsider the infinite ways to style long hair. From ringlet curls to feathered bangs and fresh new takes on braids and ponytails, click ahead for the bellissima beauty trend we're sourcing from the cobblestone streets of Italy.

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Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
In case you needed any more evidence that feathered bangs are the ultimate long-hair accessory, this is it.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
These long, loose, luxurious curls are straight out of a shampoo commercial.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
If you're going for a protective style, you can't go wrong with extra-long twists or box braids falling straight down your back.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
You heard it here first: Pigtails are in for spring — made even cooler in this unexpected bubble style.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
Throughout Fashion Month, we've seen so many examples of the versatility of Black hair — and these ice-white braids are no exception.
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Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
The easiest way to make a low ponytail feel like a fashion accessory? Grab a section of hair from the tail, pin it around the elastic, and keep the rest of the hair loose and undone.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
Or, get crafty with some wire or fabric wrapping.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
The combo of blunt bangs, a tight braid, and a structured leather jacket looks effortlessly cool.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
Consider this a case for matching your fire-engine red cornrows to your lipstick.
Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
More is more when it comes to accessorizing long hair.
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Photographed by Seleen Saleh.
If a suede bandanna isn't your speed, try a padded headband.
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