You may have your tousled waves set for this season, but it’s never too early to start mastering next summer’s hottest beach beauty looks. The 2016 presentations at Miami Swim Fashion Week were overflowing with pretty hair and makeup inspo that you’ll want to learn for your next vacation (or to rock straight through the last few weeks of summer).
From textured curls to glowy cheeks to perfectly smudged eyeliner, the best looks were laid-back, wearable, and had just the right amount of glam. Take a look below.
To complement the collection’s Moroccan-inspired style, TRESemmé Stylist Tyler Laswell went for textured curls with a ton of volume by using a combo of TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Mousse and TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Salt Spray before diffusing and curling. Smouldering charcoal smoky eyes finished off the look.
Don’t discount that baseball cap. Hats can really make a good hair day. Models at the Maaji Swimwear show waltzed down the runway with cascading waves, some of which were topped with beach-friendly hair accessories like floppy hats, headbands, and rimmed hats. While wearing dark eyeliner at the beach is slightly less practical than the rest of the look, it’ll help you nail this vintage vibe.
Messy hair and a coral flush ruled at the Luli Fama show, where models either wore undone, tousled waves decorated with bright hair wraps or “perfectly imperfect” fishtail braids. It epitomized the beauty look you want to have when you’re at the shore for a day.
Adding a contrast to the sporty bathing suits accented with mesh and lots and lots of cutouts, models wore smudged eyeliner on their top and lower lash lines with a hint of white shimmer in the inner corners of the eyes. Change out the bikini for a flowy maxi and you’ll be set for the night.
Swim week beauty wouldn’t be complete without a disheveled braid. The key to this look is starting off with texture and pancaking the plait after you’re done. This French braid is relaxed but still gets all the hair out of your face—a necessity for those breezy beach days.