As the fall season approaches new trends are hitting the beauty world. Messy ballerina buns, 60s inspired middle parts, and crimped waves are now in vogue. Ready to try out these looks? Here’s the 411 on these new fall hair trends:
Last fall the immaculate top knot was all the rage. Achieving a seamless bun was the crisp new hair style that every woman wanted. But that classic ballerina bun is moving in the opposite direction this coming fall. Loose and messy buns with strands of hair framing the face is “in.” There’s no need to stress over a perfect bun; twisting your hair into a bun can now only take seconds. Whether you pull it to the top of your head or wear it at the nape of your neck, be sure to keep it relaxed. This fall style is relaxed and effortless, and gives your hair a look of volume.
Effortless may be in as new fashion trends look to the past for inspiration. The 60s are back judging from what’s appearing on runways across the country. Retro hair styles are in with sleek middle parts, lots of shine and pin straight hair. This hair trend is the perfect match to the fall season. With the lower humidity of fall, your straight hair style will last much longer than during those hot summer days. Trying to achieve this look? Check out our high end Salon at Salon Success Academy where supervised students can give you this latest fall style, along with tips on how to maintain it.
Crimping was a huge hit in the 90s and has been popping up all over the beauty world in the past few months. This fall’s crimp is softer and more relaxed, though. Whether in a textured ponytail or loose crimps that frame the face, this style can work on anyone!
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