Who says this Fall’s fabulous hairstyles can’t last for multiple seasons? It’s definitely not the case this year. With this season’s styles paying homage to styles of the past as well as the future, there are plenty of familiar 'dos walking around. Most of these styles are pretty easy to accomplish on your own too. Let’s have a closer look at some of the latest hair trends that are great for today, tomorrow, and the day after that!
Braids are a classic trend that I don’t think will ever die. This season is all about taking the classic trend and adding a twist.
Inspired by the 70s is the center part. Though side parts are still completely acceptable and great for any look, the center part is HUGE right now… and has been for a while if you ask me. You will see this trend in both updos and with long hairstyles, sometimes slightly off-center. Check out this look from the Christian Cota show for a great example.
Bangs come and go in trends today, but they are, of course, here again… especially blunt cuts straight across the forehead. A great match to this kind of look is to keep the rest of your look sleek.
So many things are on the table this season from retro to modern to punk to sleek. Old Hollywood glam always works its way back into style. Finger waves are forever gorgeous and add sophistication to any woman’s hair. In the Imitation of Christ fashion show, this motif took over the runway. With the help of a curling iron and some bobby pins, you could definitely steal this look.
Imitation of Christ Fall 2011, image: IMAXtree
Cutting Edge Color
A little edge is always great in a look. Lately, we’ve seen stars like Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj sporting funky locks, but it’s become more and more fashionable for all these days! Add a touch of color for a little punk in your coif. Just the slightest streaks can make a world of difference. For those of us who swim closer to the shallow end, try a couple streaks underneath your ‘do or even try just dyeing your ends. Jeremy Scott takes the color concept to a new level with his catwalk hairstyles this Fall.
Jeremy Scott Fall 2011, image: IMAXtree
It’s the bouffant, baby! Some people say Jackie Kennedy brought the bouffant to life, other people say it was Snooki. But this season, Pamella Roland really rocked it out with her runway looks. Big hair is always great in my opinion. It may take a lot of teasing, but in the end, it’s all worth it.