If you're not trick-or-treating as a silver screen starlet, a legendary supermodel, or one of the other muses whose manes we broke down in our Halloween tutorials, you're not out of luck—we looked to the runways of the Spring/Summer 2018 season for the coolest Halloween inspo. Keep scrolling for a fluffy 90's hair piece at Fendi, star-shaped hair graffiti at Maison Margiela, and more hairstyles that make the perfect no-fuss costume party hair.
Forget what you think hair on space looks like—this imperfect bubble pony is it. To get the edgy but glam style we spotted at Fenty x Puma at New York Fashion Week, slick back hair with OUAI Finishing Crème and Medium Hair Spray. Next, make a ponytail and divide it into bubbles with colored yarn from your local craft store. It's the perf addition to a space cowgirl fit.
90's Movie Muse
The bold-hued pom-pom accessories models got at Fendi fit right in with a 90's costume (Cher Horowitz, anyone?). Spritz wet hair with OUAI Smooth Spray, make little braids, then let air-dry. Go over the braids with a flat iron, then finish by taking them out and spraying OUAI Texturizing Hair Spray all over.
French For the Night
Channeling your inner Parisienne per usual? Spruce up your favorite beret with safety pins, vintage patches and OUAI Pins for a Nicopanda-inspired Halloween accessory.
Call on Rita Hazan Root Concealer Spray to mimic the graffiti manes at Maison Margiela. All you need is a star stencil and a helping hand to spray the conversation-piece over your strands.
Slay Queen Slay
Your Queen of Hearts costume doesn't have to be complex. Why? Dolce & Gabbana did the work for you. Snag an off-shoulder ruched dress and throw on a gem-encrusted statement headband, a flower or two, then slay the night. Don't forget a few pumps of OUAI Rose Hair & Body Oil on the 'do and décolletage, and done.
Alice in Wonderland
You're going as a zombie bride or Alice in Wonderland, but don't want to be cliché. Rodarte runway to the rescue! Dainty baby's breath flowers and a ribbon add a fresh twist to the stale ensemble.
If you can braid and you own a baker boy hat, you're already nailing the mod Brit-girl hair from Area NYC in New York Fashion Week. Apply OUAI Hair Oil over braids to add shine.
Still looking for Halloween hair? Peep our Cher hair tutorial.