The new season is the perfect time to try a different look and while the shops will be soon full of fabulous on-trend fashion buys, the biggest style overhaul you can make is with a fresh new hairstyle.
The runways were full of inspiring hairstyle ideas to suit every personality, from edgy twisted updos to wearable waves, ’80s inspired side swept voluminous styles and long luscious locks.
Center Parted Hairstyles
The center part is a timeless classic – the look is here to stay for a few seasons. Hair is glossy and high maintenance, whether straight and smooth or soft and wavy, long hair looks great with a strong center part giving off that slightly hippie vibe – a very popular look this year. The center parting also can infuse slicked back ponys or ballerina buns with a shot of casual glam.
Slick Buns and Updos
Placed either at the nape of the neck, high up or on the side of the head, slick buns are big this fall. You may have to be on the brave side to wear the look, but twisted side buns are set to make waves this fall. Try the look at fashion-filled parties, it’s definitely a statement style and will probably turn some heads!
Cropped Bob Hairstyles
This fall we’ll move away from the graduated bob towards the classic one-length cropped bob, with a sleek and straight surface that will emphasize its precise graphic shape. 2009 fall’s cropped bob hairstyles will be often paired with rounded, lash skimming bangs that will intensify the drama.
80s Side Swept Hairstyles
’80s inspired side sweeping voluminous hairstyles are back and are taking fashionistas by storm! Volume is key this fall and the best way to get it is with a set of heated rollers. To get the on-trend texture, brush out curls that will leave huge waves. Sweep locks over one shoulder and cross bobby pins at the nape of your neck to secure hair in place. Mist with hairspray to finish the hairstyle.
This fall hair has doubled in size! Teased and backcombed updos, big humps and fohawks rocked the runway – take aspects of the ’80s again – the volume, the quiffs, the crimping – and bring them up-do-date by making them your own.