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The fashion world’s in love with this perfect post-workout hairstyle

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MaxMara (Photo: Instagram/@harrisontsui)

Wish you could streamline that workout-to-dinner/drinks/whatever hustle time? Enter the easiest post-sweat-sesh hairstyle you’ll ever need in your I’m-running-super-late primping rotation: the “no-do.”

Spotted on a handful of fall ’17 Fashion Week runways (from Prada to Fendi), it’s a simple way to showcase your tresses—au naturel texture and all. Think flowy locks with a beach wave edge that make not putting too much energy into your hair totally acceptable and—yes!—actually stylish.

“This look doesn’t require a lot of styling. It’s undone yet feels timeless.”

“The new wave of effortless hair we saw on the runway this season is so big right now for that main reason: It’s literally effortless,” says Shahenez Turkmani, a stylist at New York City’s Adel Atelier Salon. “Whether it’s a serious middle part or combed straight back while letting the ends dry as you run to the train, this look doesn’t require a lot of styling. It’s undone yet feels timeless.”

You’ve definitely seen it on it-girls like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid, and Turkmani promises it’s something you can do too—even while rushing out of the locker room.

“After washing your hair, towel dry it and use a boar bristle brush to style it to the side or middle part—this will smooth down any frizz or fly aways,” she says. If you’re in a hurry (or are a runway purist), Turkmani says air drying will give you more volume—you can smooth things down with just a little bit of balm or wax. (Good news for those who prefer not to haul a travel blow dryer in their gym bag.)

Do some tousling—especially if you didn’t have time to shampoo—and voila: instant cool-girl chic strands.

Ready to rock the easiest, model-approved look that makes post-workout hair a cinch? Keep scrolling for inspo on different “no-do” styles.

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Prada (Photo: Instagram/@harrisontsui)



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Fendi (Photo: Instagram/@madeformanes)

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Sonia Rykiel (Photo: Instagram/@backstagebombshell)

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Isabel Marant (Photo: Instagram/@show_division)

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N21. (Photo: Instagram/@suprememgmt)

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Outside the shows (Photo: Instagram/@juliehoomans)

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Missoni (Photo: Instagram/@missoni)

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