Fashion month has officially come to a close, which means all beauty-obsessed humans now have approximately one zillion hair ideas for their next six months of bad hair days.
But rather than leave you to sift through each show from New York, London, Paris, and Milan yourself, we went ahead and broke down seven looks we saw over and over again on the runways this season—because you're about to see them over and over again on your Instagram feed. Get ahead of the trends, below.
We'll address the obvious: Yes, this is a wig, and yes, this is Gigi Hadid—a woman who could make a paper bag look fashionable—but the spike in vibrant, neon hair colors at the 2018 shows was impossible to ignore. While the most extreme hues (read: the ombré bowl cuts at Marc Jacobs) probably won't inspire our next hair transformation, we'll definitely be taking cues from the subtle, single-processed lobs on the Jeremy Scott runway.
Further proof that everything old can be made new again: Erdem's wet-look finger waves—a gorgeous nod to the '20s. Try slipping in a few bobby-pins every two inches to give a modern twist to an old-school style.
Opposite the bedhead-y texture that defined this season's shows were the ultra-refined braids at Ulla Johnson, where the words "beachy" and "messy" were clearly never uttered. For a super tight and clean finish, work a through damp hair (and then again through your dry hair) before braiding.
The thick, leather headbands on the Tom Ford runway weren't the only resurrected '90s hair accessory at fashion month: Stretch combs popped up at the Prabal Gurung show, and hair was slicked back with claw clips at Alexander Wang. Whether you're on board with this nod to the past or not, it's too late, because we are here for it.
The wet-hair trend of 2017 may have been exclusively reserved for our Pinterest boards, but Emilia Wickstead's 2018 iteration is definitively wearable, especially for the supremely lazy among us.
Just blast your roots and ends with a , flip your hair back and forth a few times, and part it haphazardly to one side for a lived-in look that still feels polished.
We weren't offered a glimpse at Stella Jean's initial mood board, but we have a feeling the direction was, "gym hair, but make it fashion." And though ponytails have never exactly inspired excitement, they will now, thanks to this elevated, looped-and-wrapped creation.
Micro bangs and long, choppy fringe have been competing for the title of Coolest Bang Look of 2018, but after witnessing the eye-grazing lengths on the Giorgio Armani runway, we officially know where we stand. To get the fluttery look, ask your stylist to cut feathered, piece-y bangs with graduated, face-framing layers. Or, you know, just take this picture in with you as an example of perfection.