5 Easy Hairstyles You'll Constantly Wear In Dubai This Fall

Rock one of these looks at your next Dubai brunch, meeting or party
5 Easy Hairstyles You'll Constantly Wear In Dubai This Fall
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Fall Hair Trends

Do the changing seasons make you want to switch up your hairstyle? Because same. Let one of these looks from fall 2018 fashion week inspire your next look.

​'90s-Inspired Accessories​​

Remember those comb headbands from the '90s? Welp, better start searching for yours if you want to follow this throwback trend demonstrated by the models at Prabal Gurung. Not only is the look a nod to the good times, but it's also a practical choice for keeping flyaways out of your face.

'90s-Inspired Accessories

Although you might still own and regularly wear your claw clips, there's no denying the popularity of these things in the '90s. The classic hair accessory got a modern update at the Alexander Wang show with a sleek chrome finish.

​'90s-Inspired Accessories​​

Thick headbands never went out of style, but this chic leather band at Tom Ford is just the upgrade your fave hair accessory needs. It's as practical as it is stylish.

​'90s-Inspired Accessories​​

Single barrettes are so 1995. But the trio stacked over loose waves at Christian Siriano lend a fresh take to an old accessory.

Super Sleek

Brandon Maxwell proves that sometimes the simple things (like a sharp middle part and shiny low knots) are the chicest.

Super Sleek

If you've ever tried to grow out short bangs, you're familiar with this side part and bobby pin trick. But even if you don't have bangs, a single bobby pin is the perfect subtle touch for a simple look like this one from Noon by Noor.

Super Sleek

TRESemmé global stylist Justine Marjan created glossy slicked strands at Cushnie et Ochs. If you're looking to try something understated but super elegant, try this look (rose-colored dress and red lips not required but recommended).

Face-Framing Styles

Not a skilled braider? No worries! Take a note from the style at Carolina Herrera, and simply twist back both sections on either side of your part for an equally intricate look.

Free-Flowing Waves

Wind big sections of hair around a jumbo curling iron to replicate the flowing waves at Pamella Roland

Free-Flowing Waves

Tadashi Shoji brought all the glam to the runway this season with loose, Old Hollywood-looking curls.

Free-Flowing Waves

Wear your natural waves if you've got 'em. Or wrap one-inch sections around a curling wand to give yourself S-shaped waves like the ones TRESemmé stylist Odile Gilbert created at Jill Stuart.

Free-Flowing Waves

The key to the rock 'n' roll waves at Alice + Olivia? Don't try too hard. The messier, the sexier.

Undone Updos

Brock Collection's take on an updo is the complete opposite of a prom hairstyle: relaxed, cool, and not try-hard.

Undone Updos

The models at Zimmermann flaunted these flirty half-up styles. To get an effortless swept back look like this that won't fall out five minutes later, tie your hair back securely first. Then gently tug on it to loosen and pull out strands around your face.

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