10 Celebrity-Approved Hair Trends to Try This Fall

When you look at yourself in the mirror, do you see a stunning diva with fantastic hair? Or do you see an old, drab haircut that you haven’t changed in way too long? Well, unless you are wowed by your own image, it’s probably the time for a change. But how do you turn your hair from boring and bland to ultra sexy within a day? Our favourite celebrity ladies have the answers!

Sleek on top

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Ladies, please look at the queen that is Jourdan Dunn, bow to her beauty, and then steal all her hair secrets! Lately, she’s been rocking a ‘70s-inspired look with a smoothed down, sleek top, and then letting her natural, fluffy curls spread at the bottom.

Updo dreads

Dreads are far more versatile than people give them credit, and playing around with your dreads and pulling them in an intricate updo can make your hair the light of any party. Add a few thin, shimmery accessories and you’ll glow.

Sexy, wet tresses

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The wet hair look promises to be all the rage this season and next year both, and no one rocks it better than the Aussie beauty Margot Robbie, who wore her shoulder-length bob carefully styled at the London premiere of Goodbye Christopher Robin.

Bubble ponytail

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We’re feeling some princess Jasmine vibes this fall, and we’re loving the bubble ponytail styles. The secret to pulling off this look? Glittery hair elastics! Condola Rashad and Lily Collins both have their own version of this style, and it looks so damn pretty. Whether you want something slicked back and elegant, or voluminous and fun, it’s up to you.

Low goddess braid bun

Black women have been making art with goddess braids for centuries, and there’s really no reason to stop now. Ladies, this fall we’re braiding our hair towards the nape of our neck and wrapping it in a low bun. Perfect look for a date night, it’s elegant, it’s classy, and it absolutely brings the sass to the table and makes you look gorgeous!

Pinstripe

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Pinstripe hair is back in town! Straight, long, glossy, and meaner than any popular girl from your old school, Nicki Minaj, Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, and a ton of other celebs are loving the severity of this style, the sharp, dangerous tone that speaks of powerful women and I-know-exactly-what-I-want kind of attitude. To get the length, just use hair extensions.

Smooth, delicate tresses

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Yet another popular Australian lady who we love is enjoying this look. Miranda Kerr’s long, soft hair with a hint of wispy volume reminds us of her Victoria’s Secret Angel days, and all you need are gentle, careless curls to drape over your shoulders and back like you’re a nymph. We know Miranda actually has shorter hair now, so she must be using extensions for this sexy look. Getting hair extensions online in Australia is a common practice, so again, don’t be afraid to go with these if you want to experiment with the length of your hair.

Shaggy braid

This tousled, just-rolled-out-of-bed look is very chic, very French, and very much perfect for those ladies who want to give off an effortless vibe. Emily Ratajkowski loves those loose braids with a few strands artfully pulled out. Tie it with a little ribbon and pair it with a sassy little grin.

Side part

Side parts give us some real Hollywood-esque feels, especially those chunky, big curls of Amal Clooney and the way she always smiles like a real diva. Pair volume with a tidy side part, or maybe go for Gigi Hadid’s route and make the whole thing silky smooth and straight. This will make you look more willowy, more delicate, almost like a fae princess.

Half-unbraided

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Jessica Williams and her half-unbraided hair is really something. It looks interesting, it looks high-fashion, and it’s definitely bold with just a touch of that chic messiness that makes it look so fun.

There’s no better time than the present to experiment with hair and try out all sorts of fun styles. You won’t even know how great you can look until you find your perfect look, so check out these celebs and find something that screams your name.

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