change of a season brings with it a whole new wave of autumn hairstyle
trends that we just have to try out! With the weather inevitably taking a
turn for the worst, it’s time to start planning the best ways for you
to wear your hair to eliminate damage. There have been many statement
styles coming from the catwalks so we thought we’d take a look at our
favourites as inspiration for our fall hair trends.
blunt cut, heavy fringe/bang has been a huge trend and after a brief
break over the summer this is set to return as a huge autumn hairstyle
trend. This season’s trend can be any length but all those seen on the
catwalks have been poker straight. At the Marni show, these were
eye-skimming length but Versace chose much shorter styles.
ponytail is always a staple hairstyle for every season … though the
autumn trend for the ponytail is low slung and simple rather than the
scraped up high ponies of the summer; these are much more relaxed and
comfortable! Be sure to add a deep side parting to your pony for a
bang-on-trend look … these were all over the Marc by Marc Jacobs and
Jill Sander catwalks.
biggest of the autumn hairstyle trends emerging from the shows though
has to be the twist! There was an array of twisted styles, which is a
refreshing change to the braided styles we have become used to seeing
over the summer months. By choosing the
unicorn twist, twisted buns or a simple vintage inspired twisted half
updo, you are on to a winner for the next couple of months! Gucci and
Fendi have had many twisted styles at their shows; we love how simple
these twisted styles are to re-create, and making these super slick can
make the perfect evening styles!
especially love the twisted updo seen on the catwalks of Valentino! A
really simple style created by twisting all the hair backwards on either
side of the head. The lengths of the hair are then twisted into a bun
and secured with pins at the nape of the neck! This style looks really
elegant and is perfect for any special events.
is your favourite from our autumn hair trends? How do you take care of
your hair in the colder weather? Let us know on our Facebook page or