As the autumn winter fashion season gets into full swing, many fashion conscious individuals will be looking to adjust their hair for the winter, in order to make it in keeping with their new on-trend styles. Whether you decide to refresh your colour or go for a complete restyle, there are many new looks that you can covet this autumn winter.
Here are some of the latest hair trends for autumn winter:
Sleek Side Parting: This look is relatively simple to achieve and can affect your look dramatically. If you have always been used to a middle parting or no parting at all, why not add a side parting to your hair for a completely different look. As most people’s hair tends to fall naturally into a middle parting, it is a case of training the hair to switch to the other side. At the autumn winter fashion shows, many designers including Diane von Furstenburg, Victoria Beckham, Christian Dior and Jil Sander all styled their models with neat middle partings.
Heavy fringes: Dramatic looks such as heavy fringes have also been seen making their way down the catwalks this autumn winter. A fringe is a great way to frame the face and helps add a structured and contemporary look to almost any outfit and will look very effective in deep autumnal tones such as brunette, red and mahogany tones.
Dip dye hair-Why not have a play around with colour and go for the popular ombre style dip-dyed hair? In opposition to the pastel hues that have been on trend throughout the summer, the autumn winter dip dye uses richer and earthier tones such as orange and deep red.
The Ponytail- The ponytail has also had a style revival and appeared at Christian Dior, Chanel, Jonathan Saunders and Phillip Lim. Presented sleek and swept back or loose and casual, the ponytail is an autumn winter trend that is the perfect mix of chic and minimalistic. If you want to add a glamorous accessory to make the hairstyle suitable for evening wear, why not add a glittering headband or hair clip.
Plaits and twists: Although plaited looks are usually more popular in spring summer, the braided and romantic look has continued to show staying power and has proven that it is worthy enough to be a trans seasonal hairstyle. This season, the designers at Chloe twisted the hair and pinned it up in order to pull them loose and create natural curls.
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