Hair is still riding the throwback train for fall 2019. The ’80s and ’90s have influenced everything from the style on ponytail to the accessories and where you place them. But there are also less bold trends to try this season—unfussy tendrils, low buns, and a fresh take on curls. Ahead, the biggest hair trends for fall 2019 straight from the runways and Instagram.
At Louis Vuitton’s fall show it was all about the 1980s. Hair was parted deep over to one side and styled to cover one eye. To make the look more 2019 than 1989, don’t overdo it with hairspray or styling products. Hair should still look touchable.
We thought we couldn’t love Lizzo any more, but then she goes and wears a sparkly scrunchie ponytail styled off to one side. This look is pure fun.
If it’s been a minute since you wore braids, now’s the time to start again. Whether subtle and bohemian like Margot Robbie or full-on Wednesday Addams like at Prada’s fall/winter 2019 show—braids are the versatile style to wear no matter your hair type, texture, or skill level. After all, braids are a classic that never go out of style.
Sleek and shiny center-parted Wednesday Addams braids were seen backstage at Prada’s fall show.
A sporty braid was the look backstage at Max Mara. This is a style you can wear from the gym to the office and anywhere in-between.
At Ulla Johnson, hair was parted to the side then braided and secured with a color coordinated length of fabric.
You’ve heard of Euphoria makeup—that is, the bold and shiny makeup inspired by the hit HBO show—but now it’s time for Euphoria hair. Don’t be afraid to get crafty this season with rhinestones and gems like Kerry Washington or colorful extensions.
Acid lime extensions were added to the hair at Phillip Plein’s fall 2019 show.
Alicia Keys wore 300 Swarovski crystals individually glued down the length of a ponytail braid—and now we’re going to spend an entire day trying to recreate the same look.
Headbands have been trending for months, but the look can veer too sweet and juvenile for someone accustomed to a little more edge. The compromise? A statement chain headband like the one seen at Balmain.
Hairstylist Justine Marjan added extensions made from chains to the models’ hair at Christian Siriano.
It was Gabrielle Chanel who once advised something along the lines of “take one accessory off before you leave the house.” Don’t just ignore that advice for hair accessories this season—do the opposite. Add ten more sparkly baubles, clips, and pins to your hair before you head out the door. The more, the better.
At Chanel, hairstylist Sam McKnight used a variety of bows, pins, and flowers to adorn the hair.
A half-up hairstyle is the perfect simple and clean canvas for a dramatic hair accessory.
Dress up a low ponytail with a black velvet bow and you’re instantly ready for any red carpet or gala.
A single metallic barrette placed at the base of a low ponytail is the easiest look ever—and perfect for unwashed hair. Use a clear elastic to elevate the look even more.
One plain bobby pin can look like you forgot to take it out of your hair while getting ready. But three? That’s a hair statement with purpose.
At Oscar de la Renta, hair was secured into a low ponytail with a simple black elastic and then two golden pins were secured on each side.
Gather all your golden hair accessories and style them across a low ponytail for a look guaranteed to break the ice.
Take a cue from Zendaya and gel down the hair from your hairline to just behind your ears. The result is two distinct textures—one ultra-glossy, one natural—that works best on day two or three hair.
At Kate Spade’s show, model Grace Elizabeth shows off hair that’s ironed flat from the root to the temples and then transitions to soft waves. One way to recreate this style at home? Part hair down the middle and then loosely braid it while you sleep.
At 3.1 Phillip Lim, hair was ironed flat at the root but then transitioned to fluffy, bouncy, voluminous curls and kinks.
You can thanks Bratz dolls for the resurgence of this sleek and shiny ponytail that was seen on Bella Hadid and Kylie Jenner.
Jenner thanked Hadid for the inspiration behind this deep side-parted ponytail with a wrapped base and bouncy ends.
At Badgley Mischka, the ponytail was placed directly in the middle of the head and secured with a long black elastic to make for a dramatic yet simple hair statement.
Don’t overthink it: tie your hair in a low ponytail and then wrap the base. It’s a chic and easy look that always works.
Zazie Beets and hairstylist Lacy Redway killed the red carpets in Venice this season. One of our favorite looks was this new take on an updo with loose curly tendrils left hanging by the nape of the neck.
Hair was purposefully left loose around the face at Versace.
Combine two trends in one: a sleek and low braid with face-framing pieces pulled out by the part to soften the look.
There’s nothing more fun or flirt than a 2019 take on 1990s prom hair.
Just because you’re wearing a hat doesn’t mean you need to forget about your hair. At Zimmermann, hair was styled in loose waves under a beret.
Pair natural curls with dramatic sunglasses and a chic hat, as seen at Dior.
At Zadig e Voltaire, hair was whipped into grungy waves under a beanie cap.
This is the kind of hair knot you want: a low and easy know secured at the end of a long ponytail.
A low chignon was the look at Brock Collection.
At Brandon Maxwell, hair was curled and coiled into a low chignon.
The look at Dion Lee was a low ponytail that was coiled and coiled and then secured back in the same elastic. It’s the easiest upgrade to an otherwise simple hair look.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.