The Zen Pony, Plus More Hairstyles From Fashion Week That Lazy Girls Will Love

"Undone" hair is the new done.

During the fall season of New York Fashion Week, we look forward to the more polished beauty looks that complement the luxe fabrics and furs found in the collections. But this time around, we noticed a string of carefree hairstyles.

From the "Zen pony" at Charles Youssef to the stocking cap-wrapped hairdos at Kanye West, there was undeniable beauty in the "effortless" techniques.

Scroll down to see these lazy hairstyles from New York Fashion Week, along with insider tips to recreate the runway looks yourself at home.

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Designer Charles Youssef's latest collection was inspired by Japanese street style, Zen gardens and strong female role models. So Aveda Global Creative Director Antoinette Beenders looped the models' full, thick locks into what she called a "Zen pony." She explained, "It's modern and strong, but it has soft, feminine details, including shine, texture and pony placement." To get the look: Prep hair with Thickening Tonic and apply a generous amount of Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil throughout hair to add shine. (Photo by Mireya Acierto/Getty Images)
Undone Beanie Hair At Hanley Fall 2016 Presentation
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Creative Director Nicole Hanley spent time studying 16th and 17th century Spanish paintings at the Prado Museum in Madrid. She used that experience to "create a collection that is equally rich in color, texture and tone." Lead stylist Elie Camoro for Fekkai felt that the models' hair "should have natural texture and an 'undone' look." To perfect this vision, he used Blowout Hair Refresher Dry Shampoo and accessorized with cozy black beanies.
Yoga Hair At Proenza Schouler Fall 2016 Show
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Lead stylist Anthony Turner for Sultra perfected a Proenza ponytail that looked "a little sporty, a little sweaty and a little lived in." He created a natural wave by using the Sultra Seductress Curl Wave & Straight 1 inch Iron.
Stocking Cap-Wrapped Hair At Kanye West Yeezy Season 3 Show
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"The purpose of this collection with Kanye West was to create a uniform, minimal look; not just with the beauty but also with the models and the staging," said Redken Global Creative Director Guido. "Kanye and I discussed embracing each models’ natural hair for the look but in the end, the head wraps gave each head shape a dramatic silhouette and eliminated the hair completely, giving the clothing a very linear feeling. To smooth out strands, the pro stylist carefully worked in Diamond Glow Dry Oil.

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