2019 Fall Hair Trends

2019 Fall Hair Trends

Your haircut doesn't necessarily define your look all on its own, but the right cut can expand your options when it comes to styling.

According to the top fall 2019 haircut trends predicted by favorite hairstylists and hair experts, autumn's looks will be bold. Prepare to make a statement!

We have all been guilty of an impulse chop in the past, but for fall 2019, we strongly recommend thinking through your desired cut and shape and talking it through with a trusted hairstylist. Often, they can tweak your vision to suggest something better-suited to your specific strands, which is a win-win all around.

Autumn is just weeks away, which means fall hairstyles are about to be released. Gone are the sweaty topknots and messy ponytails of summer; only deep side parts, sleek ponytails, and brushed-out curls for this fall.

This fall get ready to see a resurgence of deep side parts, like Keke Palmer's, clipped in place with a diamond-studded barrette.


Keke Palmer

You can achieve this look by swooping your hair (or bangs) across your forehead with a pretty thick layer of Davines hairspray to keep everything in place.

When was the last time you wore a headband was probably in 4th grade, well they’re back this fall. The headband trend is anything but juvenile as long as you add a bit of texture and volume to your hair.

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Davines Texturizing Dust

If you don't already have curly or wavy hair, blast your roots with Davines texturizing dust, then add beachy waves to your hair with a flat iron or curling wand. Tousle your hair with your fingers, slip on a headband, and boom—a grown-up fall look.

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Head Band

Low ponytails can be a little boring. But the super-sleek styles for fall are anything but, thanks to the fact that they're glossy and precise.

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Low sleek ponytail

To recreate this slick look, comb Davines forming pomade through your dry hair, then use a rat-tail comb to separate your hair into sections, and tie them off with hair bands.

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Pink is out and Lilac is in

Say goodbye to pink as a new pastel hair trend has emerged. Lilac is the colour for fall.

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You can experiment at home with a temporary hair colour from the drug store or why not give yourself a proper treat and book a time with one of Waters Edge Salon and Spa Colour Specialist that's dedicated to perfect shades and limited damage.