Thu, 14 Feb 2013 12:22:22 GMT | By Sarah Hecks
Hottest hair trends from New York Fashion Week AW13

AW13 hair trends

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The weather all week may be icy, but the cool factor was definitely turned up a notch at New York Fashion Week. The runways have been awash with stunning new hair trends for next season. We spoke to Jessica Speechly, Head of colour at Errol Douglas Salon for her favourite looks, inspired by some of the hottest collections and how to recreate them at home.



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