Monday, September 23, 2013

Fall's Hottest Hair Trends

The fall season is officially here. Everyone is throwing on their yoga pants and sprinting to the closet cafe to order a spiced pumpkin latte. Don't lie... You know you're tempted! It's one of the amazing things about the season, but the best is definitely the new trends. With every season comes new trends in all sorts of style and fashion, and hair is amongst one of them. In order to look super haute and on top of the hot list, you need to know what the hair trends are for fall 2013, right? Here are some new looks you should be seeing around the city, and you may even feel intrigued to indulge in them yourself.

Get Low With Your Pony
The fall season runway shows had their models sporting low ponytails all over the place. Now, you may think that this style is rather bleh and boring for your unique sense of style. However, there are a variety of ways in which you can implement couture style to a basic hair updo. One of a favorite amongst translators is also the easiest. All you have to do is section off a piece of your ponytail about an inch wide and wrap it around the elastic band and clip. It hides the elastic and makes the ponytail look extremely chic. You can also add a bit of poof to the crown of your head when indulging in the hair trend of tying it up at the nape of your neck.

Side Faux Bangs
Opting for bangs is a serious commitment, and it may be one that you're not willing to make. The fall season is all about faux side swept bangs. You don't even have to take a trip to a stylist or take scissors to your hair. All you have to do is retrain your hair part to be lower to the side, and blow try your hair in a side swept motion across your forehead. After a few times, your hair will naturally begin to fall this way.

The Wet Look
Not a personal favorite, but the runway was full of models with wet hair. It may not necessarily be wet, and that's the key to this trend if you are eager to indulge. Instead of actually leaving your strands wet while you risk the brisk air (Which can cause tons of damage to your locks), use hair oil lightly to provide the texture and shine that is required when pulling off this fall hair trend. You can twist and flip the hair to give it a more natural look like you just came out of the shower.

These are three fall hair trends that have been walking the runway shows, and that can cater to all kinds of events that you'll be enjoying throughout the fall season. You can rock a casual low ponytail, side sweep your bangs for an updo, or get wet with some oil. Which one are you eager to try?

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