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It’s no secret that fashion week has become one of the most inspiring times for beauty enthusiasts all over the globe. And while we wait for fall fashion to hit the stores, we can plan our hairstyles immediately. Whether you were following the shows or are playing catch-up — here are some of the breakthrough moments and must-have hairstyles from fashion week 2024.

The Top Hair Trends of Fashion Week 2024

BIG Hair

While we will always have a soft spot for sleek buns or a low pony, one trend the runways capitalized on this year was the return of volume in every way and form. Many artists relied heavily on targeted volumizing products backstage to build hold and larger-than-life volume. In addition to the thickness built-in at the roots, the hair continued with a 60s vibe throughout the lengths to offer a fresh silhouette this season.

To get the look, prep hair with Acidic Bonding Concentrate Leave-In Treatment to offer heat protection up to 450/230 degrees** alongside an 88% visual reduction of in split ends***, 2x less breakage****10x smoother****, and bond repair on the go****. Then, follow with a layer of Redken Big Blowout to add the height you’re looking for while locking your style in place.


Acidic Bonding Concentrate Leave-In Treatment ($33.00), Big Blowout ($27.00).


Acidic Bonding Concentrate Leave-In Treatment is a key addition backstage for its ability to keep hair looking its best show after show, which is exactly why you should add it to your daily routine.



Whether adding a bit of glitz with gold leaf or weaving in a delicate ribbon, the hair at fashion week this year was every bit of extra. Whether your goal was to add embellishment to your bun or a touch of glamour to your sleek ponytail, healthy, shiny hair is the foundation of it all. To create a similar look, start your style by utilizing Acidic Color Gloss Sulfate-Free Shampoo, Activated Glass Gloss Treatment and Conditioner, then prep hair with Acidic Color Gloss Heat Protection Leave-In Treatment before styling your strands. This system will set the foundation for a high-gloss finish no matter which accessory you decide to add.

Acidic Color Gloss Complete Set ($137.00).

Braids & Buns

The constant styling at fashion week can be damaging to hair, which is why protective styles were making the rounds this season. From playful buns to fresh takes on braids, we loved that healthy hair was a priority this season.

The continue the trend at home, overhaul your hair care routine with the help of Acidic Bonding Concentrate. From utilizing the Shampoo and Conditioner on a daily basis to adding the 5-Minute Liquid Mask to add deep hydration and repair or the Leave-In Treatment for strength, repair and to combats 1 year of visible damage in 1 use*, this system adds the protection you need, when you need it most.


Acidic Bonding Concentrate Shampoo ($33.00), Conditioner ($33.00), 5-Minute Liquid Mask ($38.00), Leave-In Treatment ($33.00).

Baby Bangs

To add a fun flair to the runways this year, baby bangs have been spotted left and right as the ultimate way to frame the face. While this trend isn’t for everyone, there are a few hair care techniques that anyone who opts for this trend should use. To avoid going even shorter, the health of your hair is essential to keeping just enough length to your baby bangs. Because the bang area is already so fragile and can be easily weighed down, we love pairing Acidic Bonding Concentrate Lightweight Liquid Conditioner with this length. Not only will it weightlessly add strength repair and conditioning it also allows you to layer the necessary products — namely Thermal Spray 22 High Hold — needed to keep your baby bangs under control.


Acidic Bonding Concentrate Lightweight Liquid Conditioner ($33.00)Thermal Spray 22 High Hold ($27.00).


*System of Acidic Bonding Concentrate Acidic Bonding Concentrate Intensive Treatment, Shampoo, Conditioner, and Leave-In Treatment vs. undamaged hair

**Acidic Bonding Concentrate Shampoo, Conditioner & Leave-In Treatment vs. non-conditioning shampoo

***Based on consumer test results

****With continued use