As the seasons change and designers debut their latest designs, the trends will begin to roll through in full effect. The overarching movement we’ve seen throughout is a return to low-maintenance looks that resemble our hair in its most natural state, just slightly more polished. Looking for a few easy ways to upgrade your fall style? Look no further than these 3 trends.
The Cut: Shaggy
We are transitioning out of a season of blunt bobs and heavy weightiness into a season full of shaggy, textured haircut trends. This trend will apply to all hair lengths from bobs and lobs to middle-lengths and long layers. The shattered texture trend first gained popularity from Hairstylist Anh Co Tran and has continued to spread from there. In addition to focusing attention on the finishing texture trends of any cut, shaggier styles — from faux shags to the real deal — continue to gain traction.
The Color: Natural
Whether you’ve let your hair grow out or continue to visit the salon regularly, stylists have been utilizing natural base tones and working from there to create colors that are closer to a client’s natural hair color. Hair color services are still as popular as ever, the palettes have just changed slightly. Instead of platinum, blondes are opting for sandy shades and warm reflects. Brunettes are being taken more golden or created with extremely subtle light brown highlights. And redheads have embraced clear glosses to highlight their natural tone with a little extra sheen.
The Texture: Undone
After months of living in top knots, clients are excited to style their hair again, but this time the finish has much less finesse. Similar to the French Girl hair trends, clients are looking for styles that are done while looking completely undone. A slight bend, an uneven wave, or randomized curls. Working from natural texture and air-dried bases, clients add a slight amount of polish without looking too perfect. If you’re looking to create a similar look, consider switching between curling irons and flat irons for an unrefined finish and rely on texturizers like KEVIN.MURPHY BEDROOM.HAIR or Redken Triple Dry 15
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