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Berlin Fashion Week: The Looks of the Schwarzkopf Influencers

During Berlin Fashion Week 2018, the focus wasn't just on designer fashion - but also on the street styles of the influencers. We show you the most stylish looks of three #SCHWARZKOPFcreators and tell you how to easily style them yourself at home!

Recently, labels like Dorothee Schumacher, Marc Cain or Lena Hoschek presented their collections for the coming fall/winter season at Berlin Fashion Week 2018. The German capital's catwalks showcased fashionable looks ranging from strong colors and feminine silhouettes, to florals and colored leather. But trends weren't just being set on the runway - these three #SCHWARZKOPFcreators also delivered style realness with their outfits and matching hairstyles.

Laetitia Henry: Stylish, glamorous casual style

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Influencer Laetitia Henry and her friend Thibault Touyon showed up for Berlin Fashion Week in cool, elegant looks.

What really makes Laetitia's looks? A cool mix of styles! The French influencer glams up her casual outfit, consisting of jeans, an eye-catching fringed polo neck and a long, oversized down coat, with elegant Big Hair. For the soft waves to really shine, it's important to keep the hair healthy and moisturized. The 21-year-old pays a lot of attention to hair care - daily, as her Instagram account @soulsensitive shows. Perfect for well-groomed hair: Regularly apply a mask all over and massage hair oil into the ends.
Laetitia's friend Thibault's outfit is perfectly coordinated with hers. He also went for a casual denim look, styled with a long, plaid coat and is wearing his hair in a groomed undercut. Cool: The short sides gradually merge with his beard. See more cool styles on his Instagram account @unbrunreveur.

How to get Laetitia's look: Apply volumizing mousse after washing and blow-dry with a round brush. For extra volume, dust your roots with a bit of volumizing powder and rub it in with your fingers. Set the style with hairspray.

Zuza Kołodziejczyk: Extravagant Half-up Wet-Look Hair

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Set with hairspray, #SCHWARZKOPFcreator Zuza's Half-up Hair stays put all day long.

Model and influencer Zuza Kołodziejczyk likes it quirky and trendy - as her Berlin Fashion Week outfit shows, just like the looks on her Instagram account @zuzol. She pairs a canary yellow fluffy jacket with a black lace top, mom jeans with trendy pearls and black booties. The Polish model often wears a hip High Bun, but for Berlin Fashion Week the 24-year-old changed it up with Half-up Hair. Stylish extra: a Wet-Look finish!

How to get Zuza's look: Blow-dry hair straight after washing and finish with a straightening iron as needed. Tip: Use a heat protecting product. Apply gel to a brush or comb and use it to brush back the top layer of hair. Now section off the hair at the front with a tail comb and gather at the back - either with two bobby pins or a small hair tie. Apply hairspray generously to set the style.

Zoé Karapetyan: Cool Beachwaves

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For healthy, shiny Beachwaves, #SCHWARZKOPFcreator Zoé uses hair oil.

Model and blogger Zoé Karapetyan showcases her outfits, pairing feminine elegance with a stylish twist, on her Instagram account @zoekarapetyan. The result: on-point looks, always with a special eyecatcher. Like the outfit the Austrian chose for Berlin Fashion Week: A pastel green mini skirt with extravagant buckles, worn with a chic blouse and pink sock boots. Her hair, styled into laid-back Beachwaves, complements the clothes perfectly. Her Balayage colored ends really make the waves pop. Tip: To keep bleached ends looking healthy, apply a little hair oil.   

How to get Zoé's look: Draw a center part after washing, apply a heat protector and blow-dry hair straight. Use a straightening iron on the roots. The easiest way to get Beachwaves is with a curling iron. Tip: Brush curls gently once they’re done, for a more natural finish. Finish with hairspray, so the waves last.

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