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The Prevailing Hair Trends Ruling The Runways for Fall 2024

With thoughts of warmer weather occupying your mind, it’s always a good idea to begin envisioning your look for the upcoming fall and winter seasons. Fall 2024 is set to introduce a range of stylish hair trends, including sleeked-back buns and intricately textured bobs, as seen on the runways of New York and London. We’ve compiled the most captivating hair trends for you to keep in mind, ensuring you’re prepared once September arrives.


Decorative Buns

Hair accessories have been popular as of late, and they show no sign of slowing down. Hairstylist Lacy Redway brought a utilitarian touch to a chignon, with the addition of a classic no. 2 pencil.

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Decorative Buns

Redway created another embellished bun for the Christian Siriano Fall/Winter ’24 show, but with a more polished finish. To mimic the shine of the collection, her team of stylists applied flecks of gold leaf to the top of each bun and the part. Redway used the new Dyson Supersonic r dryer to lock the gold in place.

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Sleek Styles

Slicked-back hairstyles reigned this season (possibly due to the influence of stars like Sofia Richie). To complement Peter Do’s sophomore collection for Helmut Lang, models were sent down the runway with edgy, sleek hair—it was as if they’d stepped outside with slightly wet hair and faced the wind.

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Sleek Styles

At Badgley Mischka, models’ hair was pulled into sleek low ponytails.

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Sleek Styles

Hairstylist Jimmy Paul used Tresemmé Keratin Smooth Weightless Silky Shine Spray backstage at Jason Wu to get the wet, slick look without heavy gels.

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Sleek Styles

The Private Policy runway displayed shiny, polished ponytails that looked borderline wet.

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Larger-Than-Life Hair

From Miley Cyrus’s Grammys look to the Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter ’24 runway, big hair is back. Hairstylist Duffy created a Diana Ross–meets-doll look using loads of hairspray. “From a beauty perspective, Marc wanted this idea of excess,” he tells Bazaar. “The shape is simple, but it’s a suggestion of the late-’60s and early-’70s disco moment that is the Supremes.”

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Larger-Than-Life Hair

Justine Marjan created “expensive, luxurious-looking” hair for the Christian Cowan show. Extra-hold hairspray was also key for this look to create volume.


Intricate Braids

Braids may look high-maintenance. but they are actually easy to achieve and low-effort. Stylist Joey George used a molding wax to create long braids and braided space buns for the LaPointe Fall/Winter ’24 show.

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Intricate Braids

Lacy Redway was also behind these free-flowing braids, including a braid crown, at the Blonds Fall/Winter ’24 show. A strong-hold gel is crucial for keeping braids in place.

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Side Parts

Side parts are also back. However, the 2024 version is coupled with contemporary trends, like slick hair, as seen on the Tory Burch Fall/Winter ’24 runway.

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Side Parts

Retrofête effortlessly paired the side-part trend with another major trend for 2024: a bouncy blowout. We love the Dyson Airwrap for creating blowout curls without heavily damaging strands.


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