These Are The Next Big Hair Trends To Know

by Stephanie Montes
Antonello Trio

Every season, new trends arise, and we want in. Our hair is no exception. To help us predict the hottest looks for this fall and winter, we tapped some of our favorite colorists and hairstylists. From It-girl shades to the chicest cuts, try one of these five fresh expert-approved styles and end the year with a bang.


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Cut: The Shag

"This fall, ask for scattered, choppy layers. Equally great for fine, thick, curly or straight hair, the shag can be universally flattering. Taylor Swift and Freja Beha Erichsen are always pulling it off."

—Adam Bogucki, stylist, Lumination Salon

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Color: Rose Gold

"Rose gold is a great way to wear red in a modern way—it's a pale copper with pink undertones. It's easy to change to this tone after your red has faded over the summer months."

—George Papanikolas, Matrix SoColor Celebrity Colorist

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Cut: Blunt Edge

"Last season was all about soft waves and long, fringy layers. This season is more about geometric shapes and the blunt bob. The great thing about this style is that it's youthful and it works for all ages."

—Liana Le, hairstylist, Marie Robinson Salon

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Color: One-Dimensional Shades

"Hair color this season is making a monochromatic statement. Highlights are blended—not distracting—and we'll be seeing a lot less ombré. The result is the look of natural, non-colored hair."

—Marie Robinson, colorist, Marie Robinson Salon

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Cut: Bangs

"A very hot topic for fall and winter is bangs—they're an easy way to update your look. Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss, and Amanda Seyfried are all fans."

—Adam Bogucki, stylist, Lumination Salon

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