Autumn-Winter 2023 Hair Trends
As a new fashion seasons is just around the corner, it’s no surprise that it comes with new – and old – trend predictions. And as collective. , it’s only natural that we’re keen on updating you all with the latest A/W hair trend predictions.
Ahead, you’ll find the top autumn/winter 2023 hair trends to watch out for according to out collective. experts.
1. Coppers and Auburns
collective. Stylist and colour expert Charlie Francis says that this season shows no signs of copper and auburn shades going anywhere. These shades first became a hit after the Prada SS ’22 show when top-model Kendall Jenner made an appearance with a new copper hair colour. Since then, they’ve been the most requested color seen in salons region wide.
2. Golden Hues
Blondes have been, and always will be, a world wide favourite for any season. While the last few seasons we saw a spike in platinum blonde request, international Hairstylist and collective. Founder, Deena Alawaid, predicts that this season will be all about the warmer blonde hues. As we see a big demand for a more natural aesthetic, we’re noticing our blonde ladies going back to their warmer roots.
3. Lived In Hair
This trend took the region by storm for the last several years and it’s not going anywhere. We see more natural looking hairstyles both in formal scenarios and day-to- day street style. When it comes to colour, the best way to achieve this look is with some natural babylights and face-framing says collective. expert Marthe Krakeli.
4. 90’s Blowouts
While previous seasons saw lots of sleek, straight and flat hair; this season the 90’s blowout is here to stay. Thing rollers, round brushes and the best salon blow outs. Everyone wants a piece of this.
Pro tip: invest in a Dyson Airwrap and large rollers for this look.
5. Low Ponytails
Last season, we saw a spike in the sleek low bun thanks to our favourite muse, Hailey Bieber. This season we’re noticing that the low ponytail is back and will be around for a while. For a more effortless look, collective. expert Charlie Francis suggests keeping a texturizing spray or salt spray on you always.