These Are Autumn’s Biggest Hair Trends, According To 3 Celebrity Hairstylists

They're easy to maintain because this season is windy as sh*t.

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We don’t know if it’s the moon—or perhaps it’s another hormonal thing—but a change in season always brings the need for a refresh. In spring, we overhaul our wardrobes and prepare our beauty routine for allergy season but the rituals for autumn are a little less clear.

Autumn is essentially the end of summer. It’s cooler, wetter and windy as sh*t. We know it’s a time for transeasonal clothing but what about our hair care regime? Say goodbye to the laid-back beach do (it doesn’t look as sexy when it’s been through a storm) and hello to easy-to-maintain styles.

They’re easy to maintain because this season is windy as sh*t.

Straight from Paris and New York Fashion Weeks and ahead of Sydney’s, we spoke to three celebrity hairstylists to find out what styles are trending this season. Here’s what they had to say.

1Sharp Crops

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Monique McMahon, director of Que Colour, who’s responsible for the luscious locks of Delta Goodrem, Natalie Imbruglia, Melanie Grant, and Jessica Sepel says, “For those who like to get the crop, it’s about jaw-length styles with sharp lines—think Laura Jade Stone. All you long hair girls, it’s time to embrace the high-cheek length bangs. There’s a snappier edge to this clean-lined cut, less ‘lived in’ and more finished. You’ll want to keep the ends trimmed regularly.

Theses chin-grazing looks are great for autumn as we move into high collars on our shirts and coats. It’s good to have a stronger line in our cut, more of a style than a beachy shag!”

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