Hair-spiration: 20 Ways to Decorate Your Hair, Straight From the Spring Runways

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Hair-spiration: 20 Ways to Decorate Your Hair, Straight From the Spring Runways

Gareth Pugh: Oh my. Put a skewer (or two) in her, she’s done.

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Yohji Yamamoto: It’s ok if your extensions don’t match. See?

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Issey Miyake: We don’t see enough halos worn on the street.

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Issa: It’s a lot of look, and people may try to smell your head, but…isn’t it pretty?

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Michael Kors: The hair bungee is a backstage hair stylist’s secret weapon. Usually it’s used for no-kink ponytails, but this is more creative.

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The Blonds: You’re asking for an itchy, sweaty scalp with this latex head piece, but some dress codes just call for latex.

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Dolce & Gabbana: Sicilian chic headscarf.

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Meadham Kirchhoff: Modern Victoriana. Who doesn’t secretly want to wear bows and curls?

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Creatures of the Wind: Generally these hair nets are removed before the models hit the runway, but it’s nice to know it’s OK if we accidentally leave ours on one morning.

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Issa: It

Michael Kors: The hair bungee is a backstage hair stylist

Erin Fetherston: A headband made not so prim by adding a zipper.

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The Blonds: You

Dolce

Meadham Kirchhoff: Modern Victoriana. Who doesn

Creatures of the Wind: Generally these hair nets are removed before the models hit the runway, but it

Fendi: Hair bands that look like toys are ok in our book.

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Ashish: Sequined scrunchy alert! Proceed with caution.

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Badgley Mischka: These tiny flowers could get lost in that thing. But still oh-so-pretty.

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Pucci: Huge ivory hair ornaments have never seemed so wearable.

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After countless cans of hair spray and hundreds of lipsticks worn down to nubs, we've come to the end of yet another fashion month. And as usual, there was no shortage of beauty inspiration. We've already checked out eyes, lips, and nails–but what about hair? Trend-wise, it was all about the side part in all cities–wearable and classic, for sure.

But what about those days when you just want a little more flair? (Or you're having a really bad hair day and just need to hide it?) Hair stylists and designers teamed up to incorporate some really fun things into the models' hair for spring. From the lowly hair elastic to a halo, click through to see all the fun things models wore on their heads this season.

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