And just like that… we are sipping on pumpkin-spiced lattes, wearing our big winter coats, and (for those that like to think ahead) already making our Christmas shopping lists.
When it comes to the transition into the autumn and winter months, everything needs a makeover – including our hair.
But what are the top trending autumn/winter hairstyles you can easily jump on? The team at Betway has searched through views on TikTok hashtags and revealed all you need to know…
- Curtain bangs – 1.9B views for #curtainbangs
With a staggering 1.9 billion views for #curtainbangs, curtain bangs are definitely having a moment this season.
If you have a round face, this type of haircut is ideal for making your cheekbones stand out. This is because the bangs break your face up at the width of the cheeks, allowing for the area to be beautifully defined.
What’s more, curtain bangs are very low maintenance and simply need to be trimmed every 5-6 weeks to keep them in top-tier shape.
- The classic layered haircut – 219.1M views for #layeredhaircut
The frosty seasons call for layers – and not just on your body!
Whether you want to go for the Kardashians, Madonna, or J-Lo look, this type of hairstyle will accentuate your shiny locks in the best way possible.
According to hairstylists, a reason this hair type is booming right now is that people tend to wear their hair down during this time of year – all the more reason to jump on it!
- Sleek bun – 29.0m views for #sleekbuntutorial
As seen by the likes of Hailey Bieber and Bella Hadid, the sleek bun offers a clean and poised look – perfect for business meetings or even a casual autumnal stroll.
This knotted bun involves taking a swept-back bun and then hitting it midway between a low bun and a top knot before finally tying with no ends loose. It’s giving The Met Gala!
- The butterfly cut – 10.1M views for #butterflyhairstyle
Having taken TikTok by storm over the past month, the butterfly cut is a feathery haircut that allows the longest layers of your hair to fall just behind the shoulder. That said, it is known for helping you fake short hair without hassle or commitment.
The beauty of this type of hairstyle is that it can be adapted to almost all hair textures, whether you’ve got thick locks or straight strands.
- Messy ponytail – 5.1m views for #messyponytail
Forget this summer’s obsession with barbie ponytails – it’s all about the messy hair don’t care vibe this autumn/winter.
The messy ponytail has been around for ages, and contrary to popular belief, crafting this look involves following a step-by-step process.
You must first of all prep your hair with dry shampoo before backcombing your roots and then teasing out the mid-lengths of your hair to create that ponytail. See, it’s not just the process of simply tying your hair in a messy bun!
- Face Framing Haircut – 151.8k views for #faceframinghaircut
Similar to curtain bangs, face-framing layers cut around your face to create strands of different lengths to showcase certain parts of your face.
From redefining your cheekbones to your forehead, you can certainly highlight your lovely facial features with this style.
When it comes to asking for face-framing layers, simply discuss what the most flattering length of your face is with your stylist and create the look from there.
- The Modern Rachel – 2888 views for #themodernrachelhaircut
Despite the hit sitcom Friends coming to a close in 2004, Rachel Greens’ iconic influence still lives on.
As sported by Jennifer Aniston herself, the (modern) Rachel haircut is a shoulder-length chop that is bursting with volume, bounce and layers.
Fun fact: When Friends was filming, the ‘Rachel’ was one of the show’s most requested cuts. Fast forward to autumn 2022, it seems that we still have a desire to be Rachel Green in a coffee shop.