Fall Hairstyle Trends

Autumn is around the corner, and many people are starting to think about what they’re going to do with their hair. Are you one of them? 

The first thing you should do before deciding on a new hairstyle is to figure out what your hair type is. For example, if your hair is curly, it might be best for you to go with some styles that let those curls shine through like braids or buns.

 If your hair is frizzy and dry, try something sleeker like pinning back the front of your hair in either an updo or ponytail. You may also want to consider how much time you’re willing to spend styling your locks–if not too long then maybe just straighten them every morning while getting ready.

Keep reading below for other fall style tips from expert stylists

  1. Bun

Bun hairstyles are versatile as well as stylish. This style looks fabulous if done right because it’s classy yet simple to achieve. To do this look, you’ll have to use a flat iron and sweep your locks from one side of the head while leaving them sleek but with an added volume at the top.

 You can create waves using curlers or leave your strands naturally wavy by not combing through them after washing.

  1. PIXIE CUT

The pixie cut is amongst the most versatile hairstyles. Irrespective of your face shape or hair texture. This haircut will look great on you. The only thing that has to be considered while choosing a pixie haircut is whether it can fit in with your lifestyle because some pixie haircuts might need more attention than others.

The pixie haircut is a cute and simple hairstyle. It can make you look casual, elegant, or funky depending on how it’s styled. You can try out different styles with your pixie style hair to give yourself a fresh look this season. 

These haircuts are also very trendy among celebrities across the world as well as in the USA.

  1. The French Braid Bun

Doing the french braid can be hard, but it’s totally worth it to achieve that effortlessly chic vibe. We love this hairstyle because it looks amazing with both casual outfits and formal dresses – so you can wear it day or night.

Try wearing your hair down in loose waves if you have straight hair or put some curls into those tousled locks before making your bun. Either way, don’t forget to do a cute braided crown around the top of your head too.

  1. The Low Bun with a Headband

Want to add some rocker vibes into your autumn look? Try this low bun hairstyle, but pair it with a cute velvet headband for an edgy twist. We love the contrast in textures, plus you’ll be keeping that hair out of your face all day long. 

It’s simple enough that even beginner-level beauty lovers can master this look in less than five minutes and who doesn’t want to save time on busy mornings?

  1. Feather Hair Extensions

Feathers are going to be huge again this season (we’re talking big earrings and pretty feathery scarves) so it makes sense that they’d also make their way onto our hairdos too.

 If you want to add a little bit of flair and drama, try feather extensions. They’re super affordable in online stores and they come in so many stunning colors. 

Anna Nielsen from OGLF (Our Good Living Formula), suggests that when using this style, you need the right outfit. You can wear your hair down with leather leggings or skinny jeans and an oversized chunky knit sweater for that effortless cool-girl vibe.

  1. The Messy Bun 

 Easy and casual, this messy bun will keep short-haired ladies looking adorable through any season. Simply wrap all your hair together into a loose bun, secure it at the nape of your neck with an elastic band, and voila.  A messy bun for any occasion.

  1. The Long Locks 

The Long Locks is for ladies whose hair has finally grown long enough to where it reaches past their shoulders. Whether you go for an elegant high bun or for something simpler, like a loose fishtail braid, there are so many options available. 

Another popular option is the braided crown which looks amazing on thicker hair types. While this is quite a sophisticated lock, it simplifies your life in many ways.

  1. The Half-up Knot 

Another look perfect for short hair (but also ideal for adding volume to longer locks!), this half-up knot is simple to make while still looking fantastic. 

Turn your hair into a bun or ponytail, leaving out enough strands around the face in order to twist them together into a knot on one side. Secure with bobby pins.

  1. The Chic Braid 

Part updo, part French braid, this chic look is another excellent choice for ladies who want something that isn’t too complicated yet still will draw attention all night long. Keep your hair sleek by making the braid tight and secure with a stronghold of a hairspray.

10. The Updo 

 Half formal, half casual, this updo is perfect for adding volume to short hair, taking advantage of second-day hair without looking too done or difficult to manage. If you have bangs, sweep them aside and leave some fun pieces out around your face for added effect.

11. The Messy Pigtails 

 Another adorable look for those who want something casual yet fun, messy pigtails are simply pulled back into two low ponytails that are then knotted together. You can add as many braids as you would like or keep it simple as well. Keep the style nice and loose in order to make it more casual chic.

12. The Mohawk 

 Another punk-inspired look, the mohawk is a bold and edgy way to rock your next autumn night out. Keeping it messy will add more edge while not being too hard to maintain. Adding some streaks of color here and there will give you an even more unique fall ‘do.

The most important thing to remember about your hair is that it’s not just one style. You can mix and match different looks all season long, so you never have to worry about getting bored with your look or feeling like you’re in a rut.

With all these hair trends, you’ll never have to worry about fashionably appropriate hair again. It is the best time of year to freshen up your look and try something new with your wardrobe. These hairstyle trends will keep you looking fashionable this autumn.

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