Favorite Fall Styles
The Modern Shag seems to be more alluring than the original 70s’ version. Piecey bangs with wavy, choppy layers are in. Baby Bangs are delicate and the exact opposite of curtain bangs. They are lightly cut bangs that fall above the eyebrow, and don’t overwhelm small faces. Choppy Layers is the 2020 version of a hairstyle made famous by Jennifer Aniston in ‘Friends’. It’s face-framing and lovely, but blow dry the ends so they curl up.
The Asymmetrical Bob is more head-turning if your hair is bob-length. Do a deep part on your chin-length bob for a more angular and asymmetrical look. The Blunt Bob is all about the lob, and which you can rock anything from long blonde curls to a blunt brunette bob.
The Messy Bun is a low-key, elegant updo that continues to trend. This wispy style can be achieved with hairspray before brushing it back into a bun. Pulling a few pieces out will get you the wind-blown look. Banana Buns are especially popular during the wedding season. All it takes is twisting and pinning up your hair to get this elegant look.
Face-framing Tendrils is lived-in, effortless hair. Put your hair in a ponytail or bun and pull a few strands free around your face after styling your hair.
Sleek Low Ponytails are achieved by simply smoothing the top half of your hair and then pulling it back.
Bed Head Waves are tousled, I-just-woke-up ‘do. For the perfect loose curls, use curling iron – then shake them out.
The Flipped Up look is your slightly upturned ends achieved with a round brush and hair dryer.
The Deep-Side Part is a non-permanent way to switch up style without going for a cut. A barrette may be essential to keep it back.
Fall Accessories are great add-ons this season. These brighten and give accents to your hair stylew. They can be barrettes, bobby-pinned locks, scarves and headbands, claw clips, and many other sparklers.
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