Fashion Month gave us new inspiration on how to style our hair this fall season.
We're seeing fashion gurus give their take on hair trends from the '80s and '90s. Now, find out how to get back on the bandwagon without looking like you've come out straight from "Saved by the Bell" and "The Breakfast Club" with a modern twist on the classics.
Because the '90s are forever, celebrities won't let the scrunchies RIP. We've seen Bella Hadid wear it to the gym and Jennifer Lopez sport it with a French bun.
Now, here's has a fun twist on the look. Missy Elliot's VMA's After-Party look was a high ponytail on one side pulled together with a sparkly scrunchie.
Sleek, Center-Parted Braids
The Addams Family movie reminded us all to wear our hair like Wednesday Addams. Prada's fall show went for a sleek and shiny center part with long braids starting from the back of the ears.
Are you tired of wearing your hair in a ponytail at the gym? Take your cue from Max Mara and braid your hair at the back starting from the center-back all the way to the tips in a single full braid.
Margot Robbie went for Bohemian-style braids that's a great look this fall.
We love this look from Prada, as Guido Palau complemented punk-pop dark-goth with ultra-long, sleek braids in platinum blonde.
This hair trend has been a favorite street-style look on Instagram. Balmain also featured this look with a statement chain headband for a look that's high-fashion.
At Christian Siriano, chains were added as extensions to the hair to amp a low ponytail.
Inspired by the hit HBO show, it's influence is evident in the beauty world from bright makeup to hair. Miley Cyrus' hair colorist, Daniel Moon, is having more clients who want vibrant hairstyles.
Think: Acid lime extensions like at Philipp Plein's fall 2019 show.
Kerry Washington's take on the trend is wearing rhinestones and gems, which is a big hit too. Alicia Keys had 300 Swarovski crystals cascading over her ponytail braid.
Whether you're going for colorful extensions or donning hair jewels, this look will level up your ponytail this season. Now is the season to overload on hair accessories.
Metallic Bobby Pins
One barely-there bobby pin looks out-of-place. Don three long bobby pins in a metallic shade to make a hair statement.
Floral Metallic Pins
Low ponytail is all the rage this fall, as it's the perfect contrast to overload in other areas -- from hair color to accessories. At Oscar de la Renta, low ponytail is made classier by tying it in a simple elastic and securing with golden floral pins.
Tale of Two Textures
Cop Zendaya's look with a sleek, ultra-glossy gel-hair from your hairline to behind your ears, and from there, leave it on natural.
Tip: This is best for when hair has more volume. So, skip a day or two of shampooing your hair to copy this look.
The '80s crimped hair gets a 2019 makeover after Kendall Jenner wore loose crimps on midi-hair during Justin Beiber and Hailey Baldwin's wedding.
At Philip Lim, lead hairstylist Gary Gill worked on blow-dried hair, which was then braided from the roots to ends and crimped with a flat iron.