Hair it is! It’s fall and not only are major cities celebrating Fashion Week but also showcasing what’s in for hair. Your hair is the first thing that most people notice, so keep a positive first impression by following this 5 hair tips this fall:
Color: When the days start becoming crisper and the leaves start to change it’s time to change your hair color. If you color your hair, go for deep and richer colors. Think of a dark brown, rich auburn or a darker blonde. Skip the highlights and go for an all-natural look this fall.
Cut: Because your hair tends to get dry in the fall, up your trim to 4-6 weeks to prevent ugly and dry split ends. Long layers are a great look for the fall or short soft angled bobs. Bangs are still trendy and best in the cooler months. No one likes a sweaty bang!
Style: Think casual but soft. Braids and buns are very popular and fun style for your hair this fall. Have fun with the braids and add some waves with a curling iron. Super sleep straight is not popular this fall so stick with a more natural look. For the nights out, try pulling your hair straight back into a sock bun or braid.
Products: Because of the cooler months your hair may become dry and dull. To prevent this switch to shampoos that are gentle and made to give your hair moisture, which in return will give you shine. Aim for styling products that are soft and easy on your hair. Stiff is not in.
Accessories: There are plenty of accessories that one can use to jazz up their hair. Headbands that compliment your hair color are a great way to pull the hair off your face. Vintage pins are making a comeback and are great for evening out. Something has hit the runways is red plaid, so look for red plaid headbands to stay ahead of the trend.
This fall keep your hair healthy by switching to moisturizing products and setting more trimming appointments. Try out darker colors and don’t be afraid to try our red, plaid headbands!
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