Although it may still be summer for another month, fall is just around the corner – meaning it's time to start thinking about how we can switch up our look for the new season. An easy place to start? By deciding which hair trend spotted on February's Fall 2016 runways you'll try next.
This season, we saw everything from classic, simple styles to some serious throwbacks (see: finger waves and crimping), so get ready to amp up your autumn look with some runway-approved hairstyle ideas. You may even get to dig into your grandma's attic for a little inspiration.
We still have until late September for fall to officially arrive, but that doesn't mean we can't start trying out these styles a little early. Here are our some of the best runway trends of the season so you can get a head start on perfecting your fall look!
6 FALL 2016 HAIR TRENDS TO TRY NOW
DEEP SIDE PART
This season, the surfer girl middle part we all know and love is about to take a backseat to the side part, packing some serious depth. Whether it's slicked over, as seen at Proenza Schouler, or left tousled and unkept, like models' demonstrated at Jason Wu and Stella McCartney, it's time to get your combs ready and move that middle part way over to the side come fall 2016.
While bouncy, springing waves and curls for all hair types were seen all over the fall runways, another textured look also caught our eye: crimped hair – and who knew it could be so chic, let alone, actually make a comeback? You can thank Gucci, Manish Arora, and Vanessa Seward for bringing back the '80s teen hairstyle in a high fashion way.
Don't have a crimping iron anymore? Not a problem! Simply braid your hair in small, tight classic braids however you like on your head, then sleep on them (or if you it's a last minute decision, run over them with a flattening iron), then release them and voila! Crimped hair!
Whether you're a perfectionist or like to keep things messy, the knot is the go-to up-do for fall. While Marchesa and Oscar de la Renta kept things prim and proper, Tory Burch and Temperley London chose to allow loose ends to fly free.
The easiest way to achieve a knot is to begin by pulling your hair back into a low ponytail. Separate the hair within the ponytail into a few different sections, then twist them around themselves and secure with elastics. Wrap the twisted sections around one another until you get a bun shape and secure with bobby pins and of course, hairspray!
From brooches to tiaras, models' heads were adorned with all sorts of goodies you would expect to find in your grandma's jewellery closet. While the actual hair was kept simple and natural, we saw intricate floral headpieces at Rodarte and crystal-embellished ribbon headbands at Dolce & Gabbana.
Always wanted to try out the flapper girl look in real life? Well you're in luck, because finger waves are back and in a big way, paying homage to hairstyles of the Roaring Twenties. Whether it's subtle swoops like Gucci and Salvatore Ferragamo's take on the look, or the intense waves found at Marc Jacobs and Opening Ceremony, we can't wait to try out this serious throwback!
This season is all about simple ponytails tied close to the nape of the neck, as seen on the runways of Prabal Gurung, Marissa Webb, and Osman. However, while these ponytails may lack in height, they definitely don't lack in texture. We're seeing all sorts of twists and knots adorning them, keeping these ponies interesting. It's all about texture this season!