Fall 2019 Hairstyles To Show Your Stylist Stat
WATCH: Fall 2019 Hairstyles To Show Your Stylist Stat
So long, summer strands. Hello, autumn bob.
Mark our words: Short, light layers like these by stylist Justine Marjan hold a fresh blowout like nobody's business. Expect a look that's airy, bouncy, and just a touch retro.
Collarbone Side Bob
For those with naturally thin or fine hair, try this short bob with major attitude on for size. Pick a thickness-feigning blunt length and pair it with a deeply sassy side part.
For those blessed with thick strands, it can be tricky to get the volume and body you want without having to maintain super short or thinned-out layers. Keep all of your thickness—while injecting some major body into your mane—by asking for internal layers.
Asymmetrical Lob Length
Sure, lob-length cuts never go out of style—but there's nothing wrong with a seasonal update. Enter: the asymmetrical lob. It adds just the touch of edginess that autumn (and our darkened-down wardrobe!) craves.
Perhaps the chicest cut for fall 2019, this is what's being heralded as "the clavicle bob." It hits right at your most flattering spot, you guessed it, the clavicle bone. In the ultimate power move, celebrity stylist Kristin Ess (seen here) chopped her own hair into this cut and paired it with perfect soft waves.
This bob is sharper than your mother's tongue when she's feeling frisky. Keep it all the same length and smooth it down into silky, glass-like perfection.
Between the choppy bangs and mocha-brown ombré color, this long, subtly shaggy cut has us coveting a rocker-chic moment.
Curls Gone Wild
OPI's Scotland Collection for fall 2019 has us dreaming of wild, unkempt red curls—and this mane makes a case for ditching last year's curly shag cut for good. Let those curls run wild.
Soft Blunt Bob
Take your blunt bob in a slightly softer direction, especially if making the chop for the first time (just like this client of stylist Sal Salcedo!). Not to mention, chin-length is super chic for turtleneck season.
Face-Framing Shoulder Length
It's hard to beat the classic lob length, and it's even harder to resist when paired with golden-caramel layers that hit all the right spots: temple, cheekbone, chin. Now that's the sort of autumn glow we're into.
Layered Medium Length
Looking to keep things simple? Go with the ever-reliable layered cut that hits below your shoulders. The no-fuss length lets your locks keep flowing all season long.
If you're ready to add major body to your shoulder-length hair, try bluntly cut layers. It keeps all the volume and thickness, while making sure your hair doesn't fall flat this season. Go with a trendy copper-caramel color to seal the deal.