Think of it as the change of seasons – it’s time to freshen up your unstyled hair. If you don’t want to make drastic changes to your hair, why not just change up your hairstyle with the help of these trendy hairstyles for fall and winter? Lets begin the countdown starting with #15.
#15. Tousled locks + center part
It was seen all over the Paris Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2015/2016 fashion week. Achieve this hairstyle with or without heat. If you’re in a hurry, blow dry your wet hair while scrunching in mousse to add volume and texture. You can even use a humidifier to get more volume. Without heat, before going to bed at night, just tie your hair in a bun then wake up with voluminous waves. Add dry shampoo to your roots for texture.
#14. The complicated pony
It’s pretty common – it’s always at the nape, at the side, up high or down around the middle. Add a bit of edge into your hairstyle for the day by doing some <i>slightly</i> complicated-looking ponytails. You can try a knotted side pony or a twisted version of pony, whichever you prefer for the day.
#13. Edgy pixie
For women with short or pixie hair, give your sweet pixie a badass makeover by adding up tons of texture on your hair. Tousle it up a bit with the help of a texturizing spray for volume and texture and to even accentuate your cheekbones, neck and jawline.
#12. Top knot with a twist
Forget about the “hun-bun” and your usual top knot by trying out these statement-making swirling up do. Add an unusual and quirky hairstyle to bleak days by doing this hairstyle.
#11. Half up + half down
You can twist little sections of your hair on the sides then meet them in the middle, then making a little braid of it to achieve a sort of hippie look. For a modern twist, tease the crown of your hair then take an inch to two inches of hair from each side then meet them in the middle and tie. You can even curl the ends of your hair or leave it straight.
Will this hairstyle ever go away? Whether it’s French braid or the complicated waterfall braid, braids are pretty much in, especially if they look so complicated. But the people at Lanvin chose a simple plait so it’s probably okay and considered stylish as well. Just add your personal take on it – the messier, the better.
#9. Wet look hair
The wet hairstyle was spotted almost everywhere. Be on-trend and shower-proof by spritzing your hair with hairspray. Make sure that your hair is smoothly parted and is tucked behind your ears to achieve the ultimate runway hairstyle.
#8. Modern Bouffant
Designers took some look inspiration from the 60s and 70s era. Think of it as a Sonia Rykiel hairstyle – stick to the bouffant to get the maximum effect.
#7. Soft crimps
It wasn’t really a very common trend but we have seen model with crimped hair on the runways. The best way to achieve a polished crimp hairstyle is by purchasing a hair crimper. Or if you’re feeling adventurous, use your hair straightener and crimp it by pulling the iron down your hair in a zig-zag motion.
#6. Retro-inspired hairstyles
It isn’t just the bouffant, but basically all the retro hairstyles which our grandmothers’ hairstyles back then. Take inspiration from funky styles like having a curved bangs in the center of the head with a high pony tail and maybe some retro curls because tight ringlets are just beautiful.
#5. Super straight
If you have naturally wavy or curly hair, straightening your hair once in a while makes an amazing hairstyle. As seen on the Donna Karan and Emilio Pucci runways, models sported super-sleek down-dos and for DK, they even do regular trims for their models. Talk about dedication.
#4. Choppy bangs
Show off your fringe by ditching the full-fat bangs and opt for a choppy fringe. You can style it with your hair down or even with a low and undone hair bun. Frame your face by leaving loose strands around your face and keeping your bun a little messy.
#3. Deep side part
Tired of your middle part? Try the deep side part. It will instantly give your face a whole new look.
#2. Hair accessories
Pair your twisted up do with stunning hair accessories. For a subtle take on the trend, get your hands on pretty grips to add to your loose hair-do.
#1. Leather for your hair
It was common to see gold and silver accessories into models’ hair and even some of the women in the city. It definitely made the look more luxurious and in-style. This season, silver and gold accessories are out. You know what’s in? The whole luxe leather fad. From leather headbands to leather ponytails, we believe that you can even use your leather cuff to style your hair.