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Pin-Straight Long Hair
Get out the flatiron! Natural waves have ruled the red carpet for a few seasons, but expect the return of ultra-shiny, super-straight hair—seen here on Amanda Seyfried—for fall.
The Layered Pixie
Anne Hathaway's current 'do proves that shorn hair doesn't have to be severe. Sideswept bangs and face-framing layers make the style romantic, feminine and flattering to all face shapes. (Make sure your brows are just as beautifully groomed, since this style puts 'em under a spotlight!)
Tight curls like Brandy's are making a resurgence on the red carpet, but this time around they're bouncier and less tightly controlled than the ringlets of recent years.
The Volumized Bob
A wide-barrel curling iron gives a chin-length bob uplift and movement—just ask Mad Men's Christina Hendricks.
The Braided Crown
Trendy plaits, meet red-carpet updo! Braided crowns like Jennifer Lawrence's are a fresh choice in a sea of chignons and ballerina buns.
Lots of long blonde layers can look a bit too Real Housewives…especially when extensions are thrown in the mix. Thicker sections, seen here on Kate Hudson, are more modern, but just as sexy.
Pink strands (whether dyed or clipped-in) were one of summer's biggest hair trends. For a sophisticated fall twist, try a few highlights in a rich shade of raspberry or cherry, à la Kerry Washington.
The Wavy Lob
A-listers Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston made straight "lobs" the most-requested cut in recent months. Now a new crop of actresses, including Olivia Munn and Rebecca Hall, are giving medium-length hair their own, wavier, twist.
Old Hollywood Ombre
The first iterations of ombre hair were wild and carefree. For autumn, the color fade is going elegant—as evidenced by Olivia Wilde's polished, high-shine take on the trend.
Say goodbye to wispy bangs and ask your stylist for a thick fringe that dips slightly lower on the sides, like Taylor Swift's. It's luxurious, glamorous and the perfect way to show off fall's smoky shadows and colorful eyeliner.