Best Hair Trends Fall 2015


As quickly as the leaves fade, wither and fall, so summer trends come to a warm end. We’re entering a season of cooler weather with new trends to match. From Harpar’s Bazaar to Marie Claire to Elle magazine, we scoured the internet to bring you the best new looks for the fall. These are our top five picks, enjoy!

Taking Sides

Until fall do we part. At this point we’ve mastered the middle part. It’s been a substantial factor in everyone’s favorite, the beachy wave do. It’s even made it’s way, yet again, on some trend trackers for this fall season. It’s easily become one of the most referenced styles. Truth be told, even classics need to spend some time on the shelf. Harpar’s Bazaar nudges us in a different direction. The side part. Let’s move on from the retro hippie and into the nu disco era. Measure straight up from the peak of your eyebrow to create a deep and sleek look that’s as sexy and sophisticated as it is chic. Retro lovers, go nuts. 

The New Twist

Remember the french twist? Mostly used for weddings, cheesy 90’s films and older ladies? It’s back. But these new twist are all about making it your own. Toss out perfection and add in a creative touch. This trend has us embracing the natural and messy and leaving room for what will be. Start by gathering your hair towards the back of your head. twist, turn, braid and/or knot.  

Leather Head

Mostly headbands and wraps, it was leather abounding on the runways for fall. Great for days you don’t want to go into full hiding. Toss out the bun and bring in the head gear. It’s the hottest accessory for fall.Mix in some edge with a leather headband or wrap your pony in some skin. 


Hairstyles aren’t the only thing trending this fall. If you’re in the mood to switch up your color, we recommend going bronde. It’s a blend soft blonde and chestnut brunette tones. Bronde made it’s debut this summer and made such quite the splash among celebrities and fashionistas alike. Trend trackers are declaring it continue will make a huge impact this fall. The best part? It’s a low maintenance look. Easy on your hair and your budget. 

 Candy Dip-Dye

If you’re searching for more adventure and excitement, dip-dye is where it’s at. Nicole Richie was spotted dip-dyed in pastel pink. It’s 

a delicate and classy way to make a colorful and expressive statement.Accent with lighter colors to add more vibrancy to auburn/fall 


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