All The New Haircare Products Hitting Stores This Fall That Should Be In Your Cart


Though temperatures are still blazing across the country, you can't open Instagram without seeing an overload of pumpkin spice lattes and cozy sweaters now that it's officially September. Whether you're one of those people or not, there's no denying at a certain point you have to accept the return of cooler weather and prepare yourself for the season ahead. And what better way to do that than to update your arsenal of beauty products? As with every season, there's a bevy of launches dropping this season, so you can begin by investing in the new fall 2019 hair products that just hit shelves.

Summer is definitely a sweatier time of year, which may have left you in need of something to help rid product buildup and trapped bacteria on your scalp. If that's the case, turn your attention to one of Oribe's newest additions to its Serene Scalp collection, the $52 Serene Scalp Exfoliating Scrub. The exfoliant is designed to remove oil, dirt, and product buildup using a blend of alpha hydroxy acids while also hydrating and calming your scalp with a blend of flower extracts.

And thanks to the recent scalp-care obsession, that's not the only product of that type to hit stores for fall. Rahua, a beauty brand known for its products made with rainforest-grown, "plant-powered" ingredients, launched its $40 Founder's Blend Scalp & Hair Treatment in September. Similar to many scrubs, the treatment's main purposes are to soothe the scalp and balance its moisture levels, and it uses ingredients like Rahua oil, palo santo oil, and hemp oil to do so. Even better? According to the brand's Instagram, proceeds from your purchase are sent to the Land Is Life Organization ⁠to fight the Brazilian Amazon Fires.

But, of course, scalp care isn't the only category to get new launches this fall. Another very notable (and exciting) addition to fall's new haircare products is actress and activist Tracee Ellis Ross' buzzy new line, Pattern by Tracee Ellis Ross. The first phase of the collection dropped on Sept. 9 with a range of products created for 3B to 4C curls — and with surprisingly affordable price tags to boot.

BYREDO also joined in on the newness for fall with a $75 hair perfume in the same scent as its just-launched Slow Dance fragrance. And speaking of things you spray in your hair, OUAI came out with its much-talked-about Super Dry Shampoo, which is $24 and perfect if regular dry shampoo just doesn't cut it for you.

Whether you're ready or not, fall is coming — so you might as well prepare yourself (and your beauty routine) now. Ahead, 10 new launches to help you get started and say goodbye to summer.