The temperatures are growing colder and the leaves are changing colors. Although it’s sad to kiss that sun-kissed hair goodbye and say ‘until next time’ to summer, there are some pros of the fall season. Autumn Fall fashions and hair trends are definitely the cutest. With layering clothes, fashion boots and hair accessories, you can really show off your sense of style in the fall. So, while you’re layering up your sweaters, why not add some layers to your hair too with these amazing haircuts for fall.
The Mixie Haircut
After a summer of combing knotty long hair, you might be ready to chop off your locks for fall. Short hair is still on trend but a super short style might be too bold. A great compromise is the mixie (midlength pixie). It’s a soft, feminine and romantic cut. Make sure that your hair type and face shape is right for this look though. We suggest if your hair is wavy or textured that you have it razored. Thinning scissors can be used to give your hair cut lots of soft leftover wispy pieces.
The New Shag
The length of this cut is similar to a long bob but it’s much edgier. It has a lot of texture and looks effortlessly chic. Let the layers from the choppy cut fall wherever they want or simply style with your hands – this look is about being unkempt yet chic. Your stylist will be able to chop and razor your hair to suit your preference and face shape. Best of all, this haircut will look great with your fall and winter hats.
Side-Swept Grown Out Long Bob
Maybe you’ve had shorter hair for a while or maybe you chopped it off for the summer and you’re ready for it’s slightly longer length. A grown out long bob is one of the most versatile haircuts you can have and after seeing the fall fashion shows – the side-swept style is definitely on trend. Pair these two together for an everyday haircut that wows. Just ask your stylist to show you how to texture your hair for some added style but you don’t have to add a lot of layers to this cut.
Deeply Parted Blunt Bob
We’re obsessed with Rachel McAdams new blunt bob. A blunt bob doesn’t have to look like a mushroom or a ‘mom-do’. One way you can make this shorter and simple cut edgy is by adding a very deep part to make it appear asymmetrical by making the weight of your hair uneven.
Full Fringe Pixie
Full fringe pixie’s can help you get over that fear of the shorter cut feeling ‘boyish’. Long piecy bangs are flattering for most face shapes and normal to fine hair textures. This cut also makes it easier to find cut tossle caps and hats to wear during fall.
Razored Edges with long Hair
If you have long hair and you love it, you don’t have to chop it off to get a fresh fall haircut. Simply trim off those dead ends with a razor to freshen up your cut. You could also add some fresh new layers to give your hair the a lot of body and movement for when you wear scarves and hats.