It’s true that a great look starts with the right shoe, an impeccably cute dress or sharp suit. But let’s not underestimate the importance of great hair. It sets the tone and is the perfect finishing touch, especially when done with a stylish aplomb.
As interesting as the hairstyles were on the Fashion Houston runway, it was often the glamorous crowd who took risks with their locks. Fascinators, braids, top-knot ballerina buns, full-bodied pompadours and even a Mohawk made the rounds of the Wortham Center;. Here are some images:
Taking some royal cues, many women donned fascinators. The toppers were also seen on the runway in Fabiloa Arias' show. Shown here: Marcie Craig, left, and Molly Sullivan Levitt
Sharise Linson took her hair into her own hands, creating a messy bun and crinkly sides. Look closely. Yes, that's a bracelet Linson used to pull the style together.
Lauren Pray got her twisted side pony at Do Bar. Pray showed Jen, the Do Bar stylist her outfit and let her do her thing.
Andre Milioto hasn't had a haircut in year, but that doesn't mean he ignores his locks. He gets brazilian blowouts at Mario off Sage for a sleek style.
Many men added oomph to their dos. Nicholas Nguyen, left, Matthew Esposito
Adele Perrier wowed with a sidebraid/low bun updo from Blow Dry Bar.
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Christina Fondren, from left, Carrol Ison, Aziza Rehmatulla
LaTasha Davis, left, Jamay Fishback