October 4, 2023


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This Is How Fashion Girls Are Styling Their Hair Right Now

While editors, stylists, and makeup artists often look to the runways to inform the next biggest trends in beauty (think bold hair color and fluffy, crimped hair this year!), today we’re honing in on the inspiring hair trends that are popping up off the runways. From trendy low ponytails to wavy Carrie Bradshaw curls to sharp center partings, there is a little something for everyone— from New York to Paris.

And the best part? They’re all pretty easy to pull off, so you can feel like a pro adding them to your repertoire. If you’re looking for a little inspiration on how to style your hair, scroll below for the hair trends dominating that are dominating and shop the must-have products to achieve the look.

Low Pony

Forget pulling your hair up high, sleek low ponytails are everywhere right now. Most were pulled tight and tied with minimalist hair ties while others had a more relaxed undone aesthetic.

Get the look:

Drybar Hot Toddy Heat Protectant Lotion ($30)

Keep your pony silky and sleek with a heat-styling lotion that reduces friction and breakage.

GHD Glide Professional Hot Brush ($169)

Glide the hot brush onto dry hair to tame frizz and achieve a smooth overall finish.

Slip Pure Silk 6-Pack Skinny Hair Ties ($39)

Secure your pony with these comfortable and cool hair ties.

Center Parting

If there’s one thing that was definitively clear, it’s that center parts are reigning supreme. Get inspired and wear your hair straight down the middle, simply styled with some healthy shine.

Get the look:

Kiehl’s Since 1851 Crème With Silk Groom ($26)

Keep your center part smooth and frizz-free.

Baxter of California Large Comb ($22)

Create the perfect straight line.

Oribe Superfine Hairspray ($23)

Finish your look with a lightweight shine mist.

Carrie Bradshaw Hair

Carrie Bradshaw’s hair (circa season two for true Sex and the City fans) has been making a comeback—with the fashion crowd adopting her iconic loose waves. The effortless style exudes as a carefree aesthetic but doesn’t look overly messy or disheveled.

Get the look:

Rahua Enchanted Island Salt Spray ($42)

Apply to damp hair for easy-breezy textured waves.

Devacurl Light Defining Gel Soft Hold No-Crunch Styler ($10)

This lightweight gel defines curls without leaving them sticky or crunchy.

Aveda Be Curly Shampoo ($24)

Say hello to intense moisture, curl retention, and frizz-control.

Textured Bob

Go short or go home seems to be the motto at the moment. Short under-the-ear cuts with textured bobs being the most popular.

Get the look:

Christophe Robin Instant Volumizing Mist With Rosewater ($39)

Spray lightly over dry hair for instant volume and texture.

Moroccanoil® Hydrating Styling Cream ($0)

For soft, hydrated hair.

Bio Ionic 33mm Graphenemx Thermal Styling Brush ($35)

Create plenty of volume sans the static.


Clips! Headbands! Bows! Whether slicked back in a ponytail or loose and wavy, hair is punctuated with charming statement hair accessories—proof that the trend is going from strength to strength.

Get the look:

Éliou Elba Genuine Pearl Hair Clip ($55)

Pearl clips are one of the most popular styles all over our Instagram feeds right now.

France Luxe Studded Ultracomfort Headband ($68)

Thick headbands continue to charm and delight!

France Luxe Triple Circle Tige Boule Barrette ($22)

The more clips layered into your hair, the better.

Low Bun

The low pony’s popular little sister—the low bun—is also making its mark. The quick, easy, and effortless hairdo was slicked back from a center part and occasionally tied with scrunchies or fun hair accessories.

Get the look:

Christophe Robin Regenerating Mask With Rare Prickly Pear Seed Oil ($71)

A nourishing hair mask is the best prep for a smooth, healthy, and chic low bun.

Aveda Air Control Hair Spray ($9)

You don’t need bobby pins when you have this finishing spray at your fingertips.

Tasha 2-Pack Scrunchies ($18)

Add dimension and interest to your low bun with the addition of a scrunchie.

Up next, the best spring color trends to try if you’re a blonde, brunette, or redhead.

This post was published at an earlier date and has been updated.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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