8 Hairstyles We’re Copying From Pinterest Right Now

by Stephanie Montes

Winter is all about looking good and staying warm. Whether you’re binge-watching Stranger Things from underneath a cozy blanket or partaking in NYE festivites, you need an effortless-yet-romantic hairstyle. Ahead, eight looks we’re living in this season, courtesy of the creative minds on Pinterest. Scroll through for inspiration (and the products you need to get the looks) that will pair beautifully with everything from a cashmere sweater to a glass of bubbly.


The Girly Ponytail

Ponytails look best when you play up the texture and add a feminine detail. Work a texturizing spray from roots to ends, secure low and loose, and tie a velvet bow around the base for added flair.


The Milkmaid Braid

Whether you're dressing up a simple tee and jeans or getting ready for a holiday get-together, the crown braid is perfect. Don't forget to pull out some face-framing tendrils for that lived-in, windswept feeling.


The Twist

When pulling your hair out of your face, one twist is good, but two is even better. Create two sections above each ear, twist each one back and secure with an elastic. Skip the hair spray and let flyaways add to your look.


The Go-To Topknot

It wouldn't be fall without adding a messy topknot into the mix. We especially love the style when worn with chunky, blunt bangs.


The Classic French Braid

When in doubt, throw your locks back into a loose French braid. It keeps the hair out of your face and gives you that je ne sais quoi.


The Voluminous Ponytail

Perfect for loungey, off-duty days, a pony with lots of volume and face-framing tendrils is as easy as it is romantic.


The French Twist

Throwing your hair up into a classic French twist is not only easier than it looks, it always feels elegant and feminine. Pair this look with scarves, turtlenecks or your favorite holiday dress.


The Half-Up Bun

Perfect for short hair or the longest locks, the half-up bun is on trend and fall-appropriate. Create texture in the bottom half of your hair by using a wand in alternating directions on a handful of pieces.

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