The cold season is rapidly approaching and together with the colorful change of scenery, and with the cool, crisp air, comes the desire to push the refresh button and finally put all of the runway inspiration to good use. Fall 2015’s hair trends are all about slick, effortless but high-impact styles, and seeing how the autumn air will only encourage late mornings, they’re also about ingenious tricks that will save you time in the early hours, and will definitely help you look awesome all throughout the day.

Time to update your favourite do’s with the 9 ingenious hair tricks that you’ll discover after the break.

Update your ponytail with a French-twist duo.

The low ponytail ruled supreme on the fall / winter 2015 runways, but it’s the fresh makeovers it got that will inspire you put a little extra effort when tying your hair. Instead of sporting the classic rendition, do opt to revamp you go-to updo with a duo of French twists:

See more: Herve Leger fall 2015.

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Glam up your locks with a girly hair accessory.

Hair accessories are never far from mind when trying to upgrade a basic hairstyle, and thankfully there were plenty of Pinterest-worthy examples walking down the fall runways. Amongst them, a sparkly hair pin used to glam up a dramatic side part:

See more: Bora Aksu fall 2015.

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Wrap a strand of hair around the elastic.

Being the oldest trick in the book doesn’t make wrapping a strand of hair around the elastic any less effective. Whether on a slick, or a textured low ponytail, this little trick will make for a super-polished result:

See more: Alberta Ferretti fall 2015.

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Add a bit of shine spray to your bedhead.

Bedheads are bound to be messy by definition but you can always revamp the undone look to make it feel more refined with just a bit of shine spray sprinkled all over your locks:

See more: Tory Burch fall 2015.

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Hit the pony refresh with a three-section style.

Simple in theory but dramatic in effect, this three-section ponytail is all things pretty and feminine tied with a knot. To recreate the look just divide two equal sections at the front of the head, secure them separately with gold elastics behind the ears, and tie a knot around the low pony:

See more: Erin Fetherston fall 2015.

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Add dimension to your looks with two-toned texture.

A wet-hair look never ceases to deliver during fall, but to make things all the more interesting why not choose to add dimension to your locks with a two-toned texture? Slick, gelled roots that dissolve into a glossy ponytail does sound like a style all cool girls should rock:

See more: Sacai fall 2015.

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Play it cool with an elegant twist at the back.

Moving the party at the back and being able to add an element of surprise to even the most simple of hairstyles, the elegant twist seen at Guy Laroche made for the minimalist approach to striking hair. Braid it, twist it, pin it in place, you make the choice:

See more: Guy Larcohe fall 2015.

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Join the moto club with tough leather accessories.

If you’re one of the tough chicks who cannot wait to rock her moto leather jacket come the cold days, chances are you also love an unfussy ponytail. But why not make it cooler by way of a leather accessory that can also serve as a little pick-me-up on bad hair days?

This kind of leather touches will also look great with thick knits and feminine dresses alike:

See more: Tanya Taylor fall 2015.

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Dress up a textured low pony with subtle accents.

Never underestimate the power of a simple bobby pin. Whether to spice up a laid-back pony, to keep your bangs in place, or to polish off your long locks or messy waves, do sport them this fall in all kinds of unique patterns and combinations:

See more: Misha Nonoo fall 2015.

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