Even though it’s still hot outside, the runways are getting ready for fall! We’re seeing a lot of retro looks, and it’s seems like the 90’s are making a BIG comeback, and that applies to hairstyles and colors, too. So, if you’re ready to get a jump-start on what’s big for fall hairstyles, check out this list of the latest trends!
Comb Headbands w/ Messy Buns
Channel your inner Sporty Spice from the late 90s and early 2000s with comb headbands! Worn with sleek, shining hair pulled back into a messy bun,this is versatile for pretty much any occasion. Both Helmut Lang and Prabal Garung embraced this look during their shows at New York Fall Fashion Week, and Bella Hadid went out rocking it! Check it out on Instagram.
Wide Headbands with Updos
Seen at Tom Ford, thick black headbands make a look that’s easy to duplicate while giving off a kickass vibe reminiscent of styles from New York in the late 1960s through the 1970s. We love this for day-to-day wear, but it can translate to the most formal events with ease. Check out more here.
Nirvana Blonde is the Hair Color
When Selena Gomez debuted blonde locks, the world took notice and sent women straight to their stylists to recreate the color! Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri, created this custom shade and named it Nirvana Blonde after Kurt Cobain’s signature bleached hair color paired with dark roots. Capri stated on her Instagram that the process took nine hours, two bowls of bleach, and over 300 foils to get her look!
Functional, utilitarian, and military-cut styles swept the runway, and stylists created super sleek, shiny styles to work with them. Models at Alexander Wang and Brandon Maxwell debuted these styles, often combed into low ponytails during New York’s Fall Fashion Week. This sleek look works with both a side-part and middle parts, which were both seen across various shows over Fashion Week.
Long, Flowing Waves
Perfect for pairing with the prairie-style dresses that flowed down the runway at Fashion Week, long, softly flowing waves are a feminine, classic look that can be truly versatile. Keep it classic with barrettes and clips, as seen at Botega Venata, or glam it up as seen at Tadashi Shoji
Neon Hair Colors
Gone are the jewel-toned highlights and balayage we saw over spring and summer. These subtle looks are making room for eye-catching, attention-grabbing all-over neon color. Seen at Marc Jacobs, hair colors ranged from bright pink to brilliant blue. These aren’t for the faint at heart, but anyone ready to make a statement will have fun with this look that blends girlish fun with punk flair.
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