Autumn brings a new host of hairstyles and on this year’s top list there are three styles in particular which have been seen on catwalk shows and celebrities alike.
Long & Straight
Perfect for the party season, long straight hair is one of the easiest styles to achieve. Celebrities such as Jessica Biel are currently wearing the trend, with hair extremely straight and sleek. To get the look, use a straightening serum or balm on towel dried hair and blow dry. Run hair straighteners through, followed by a gloss or shine serum to give it that extra sleek look.
If your hair isn’t quite long enough yet, fake it with clip in hair extensions for special occasions. They are easy to use and give you long locks in an instant by simply clipping into the hair where you need it. Get 100% human hair extensions so that you can straighten and style them just like your own hair, however remember to always use a heat protector spray!
Long & Wavy
Long and wavy hair is still going strong from the Summer. Celebrities like Rachel Bilson and Blake Lively often leave their hair naturally wavy and the more dishevelled the better!
To change it for Autumn try a centre parting, and sweep the top section back to leave the rest of your hair loose and wavy. This is a great look for every day and keeps hair out of your face too.
A top tip is to finish the style by spraying your hands with a little hairspray and rub them through the waves to give it more of a textured finish.
Again, if you don’t have the length or thickness, fake it with clip in hair extensions. As well as straight hair, they are also available in wavy and curly which is perfect for this trend. Place them carefully and you can still wear them with some hair pulled back.
If you do not like tying your hair back, centre part your hair and let it hang loose and straight to your shoulders, and just add a few waves to the very ends.
Another major style trend this Autumn is the return of the fringe. This time it’s thick, bold and blunt. Think Jessica Biel and Zooey Deschanel – bold fringes, one with sleek straight hair, the other with big wavy hair.
If you’re a little hesitant about going for the chop, why not try a clip in fringe instead? It blends effortlessly with your real hair, and features clips to secure it tightly on your own hair so that it won’t move. It means you can wear it as often as you like without cutting your own hair.
So this Autumn, change your hairstyle and fake it with hair extensions!