Check out some fun and stylish hairdos for the fall – take a look:
Bangs with waves
Gradually taper the bangs that you are trying to grow out so they can blend seamlessly into razored layers. The razored waves should hit at the chin and stop just above the shoulders—you will easily bypass the awkward stage when the bangs seem unruly.
Breathe new life and movement to finely textured hair with feathery, face-framing layers plus an eye-grazing fringe. Prep damp hair with a lightweight smoothing lotion. Blow dry hair using a paddle brush for a smooth, low volume hairstyle, followed by straightening it for better control. Use fingertips to create proper separation in the fringe and finish with a light hold hairspray.
Fall Color Block
Take a cue from nature and get inspired by the ever-changing colors of fall foliage. Prep damp hair with a lightweight smoothing serum. Blow dry using a thermal round brush for smooth, controlled shape with light volume. Curl hair from mid-lengths down to ends using a large barrel curling iron; don’t forget to alternate curl direction for multi-texture. Deconstruct lightly using fingers for definition and separation.
A more apathetic way to tackle bangs that have overstayed their welcome is to start skipping your bimonthly trims, part them down the middle and mist with a little hairspray to keep them at the sides. Rest assured your uneven layers at the front will look incredibly stylish.
Make fine hair look full again with dimensional coloring that is lighter on top. Try gentle waves for extra texture. Prep damp hair with a volumizing mousse. Blow dry using a thermal round brush to keep the volume minimum, while the rest of the hair looks smooth. Create beachy textured waves by loosely wrapping hair around a large barrel curling iron. Run fingers through hair for light separation.
Yes, you guessed it right, this is a modification on the pixie cut, and perfect for those who think that a super-short style will look too aggressive. The mid-length pixie or mixie is soft, touchable, and supremely feminine. But you need to be sure that your hair is a candidate for this cut. Ideally, you should have fine to normal strands that are straight or slightly wavy. Ask your stylist to have it razored, not buzzed, to make it look softer. For the intended effect, rake some cream through the style and hair spray your fingers to coif.
The New Shag
While the length of this cut is similar to a lob (long bob), that is where the similarities end. The new shag is more edgy, textured, and effortlessly cool. You can style with your hands, or not style at all — embrace the haircut and let the layers fall wherever. It works on all hair types, but insisted that the denser your mane, the better. That way the stylist can chop and razor up your strands to suit your look.
Choppy and Messy
No matter how long your hair is, you can give it a dose of edginess with some carefully sliced strands. Here too, the razor works wonders and adds freedom to your hair – pull it off and it will look extremely sexy. To keep your look messy, try using a curling wand to create messy waves (keep the ends straight for an undone feel) and a lot of texturizing sprays for volume at the root.