Hey! It’s Fall and a new season calls for a new haircut! That’s why I’ve done my research for you – checked out celebrity interviews, seen red carpet pics and searched for all celebrity sightings to compile a list of latest Winter 2016 and Fall 2015 Haircut trends! Let’s check them out:


2015 Haircut Trends for Short Hair

Pixie with Choppy Bangs

Starting with the shortest haircuts, the pixie cut is trendy with asymmetric, choppy fringes or bangs like Lily Collins here of Mirror, Mirror fame.



Asymmetric Wavy Bob

If you’re looking for something longer than the pixie cut, the bob is still in trend! For Fall/ Winter, the new look is a choppy, asymmetric bob. You can have it shorter at the back and longer at the front like Emma Stone, or shorter on one side like Rachel McAdams. Plus, it’s been seen on the cover of October 2015 Vogue Australia on Naomi Watts!



Curly Bob

This is the new look Blake Lively has been spotted in for her new movie.The curly bob is neatly blow-dried and flat on top.

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2015 Haircut Trends for Medium Hair

Loose Curly Bob

Long bobs are also still very in. They can be either loose curly or wavy like Lucy Hale or Jennifer Lopez.


Wavy Long Bob



Half Straight, Half Wavy

The half straight-half wavy, also known as mermaid hair has been a lot in trend this past month. It has been sported by Blake Lively, Emma Watson and Lauren Conrad.



2015 Haircut Trends for Long Hair

Lightly Wavy with Layers

For Fall Winter 2015/ 2016, the new trend is to have less layers. Instead of the razor-sharp multi-layers like 90’s Jennifer Aniston, try just one layer a few inches below your chin, and then have your stylist lightly blow-dry it with loose waves. Both Kylie Jenner and Amal Clooney have been seen with this haircut.


Messy, Wavy and Long

This is perhaps the most popular haircut of Fall 2015/ Winter 2016. Here’s Cara Delevingne from Fashion Week earlier this month with the messy, wavy long hair and a center part.

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Long and Straight

If you love long straight hair, keep it sleek and even for Fall 2015/ Winter 2016. The trend is to have no layers and a haircut with a slight U at the ends of the hair. Here’s Kendall Jenner earlier this month with the long straight hair parted at the center.


So did you like these Winter 2016/ Fall 2015 Haircut Trends? Which one did you like the most? Lemme know below! 🙂

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