Fall Hairstyles for Short and Long Hair

DanielleD'Angelo1Ever since the Instagram picture of Selena Gomez’s new haircut went viral, fans everywhere have been buzzing about fall haircuts. But of course, in a world where individuality is prized, you don’t want to walk around with the exact same haircut as the Disney super star. So for those of you who might be unsure what hairstyle to try, Valley and Lauren Kohr, owner and master stylist of Evolve Studio, has got you covered.

If you have long hair…

For those who want to keep their long locks, but mix up the style, Kohr suggests keeping your hair loose and textured. This year’s look doesn’t take a lot of maintenance as people are describing it as “wind blown” with mega, deep parts that were being worn all throughout fashion week. For girls with stick straight hair, try using a 1 ¼ inch curling iron to create some natural waves and then simply brush it out for more texture. After the heat, put on some volumizing powder to add some extra oomph to your hair.

If you want short hair…

For girls who want to take the extra plunge with a bob style haircut, should keep it simple and clean. You want the bob to be classic and feminine, think Anna Wintour. For those who are even more daring and want a pixie cut, should go for one with a lot of texture and more feminine. Kohr says that celebrities are beginning to grow out their pixie haircuts and are starting to wear their hair in a bob style more. She suggests if you do get a pixie haircut, go for one that looks like it’s growing out a bit.

If you want to add some color…

While some celebrities, like Kelly Osbourne, are still rocking the pastel hair color trend, Kohr states that more people are turning to titanium grey or cool blonds. If you want to go darker, a nice, rich chestnut color should work perfectly. Other colors that are on trend this fall is anything that looks natural and not too bright. This year try keeping it simple and clean.

Photo by Danielle D’Angelo

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