Four Must-Have Autumn Hair Trends
Although summer is coming to an end, it doesn’t mean your hair has to suffer. Autumn isn’t all about rain and cloudy days, and with these autumn hair trends, you’ll be glad summer’s over! From 90s pigtails to structured, blunt bobs, there’s a little something for everyone!
Baby Spice Hair
The 90s have been on trend for a while, but thanks to Kim Kardashian, Baby Spice pigtails are making a huge comeback. If you grew up in the 90s, you probably remember wearing Spice Girl pigtails with two fringe pieces framing your face.
The look is reminiscent of the recent block colour trend with chunky blonde fringe pieces alongside dark hair. If you love 90s nostalgia, team Baby Spice pigtails with a boob tube and mini skirt like Kim Kardashian and live out your Spice Girl dreams!
It’s all about blunt, straight ends with this hair trend, which again takes inspiration from the 90s. Although Kim Kardashian showed off a sleek, blunt bob in 2018, the hairstyle has taken off on its own, with celebs opting for longer, precision-cut bobs.
The long bob is the perfect in-between haircut for those looking for a change but not ready to commit to short hair. It’s also versatile, suiting most face shapes while perfectly framing the face, no matter which length you choose. So what are you waiting for?
The High Pony
The high ponytail definitely isn’t going anywhere! The latest iteration of the high pony is 60s inspired with mega volume and accessories, like a ribbon or headband, similar to Ariana Grande.
The high pony has always been the singer’s signature look, but with added accessories the high pony is elevated into a hairstyle perfect for most occasions. Combine the look with winged eyeliner, and you’ll be well on your way to the 60s!
While we love nostalgic haircuts, we never thought the mullet would make a comeback! Thanks to Miley Cyrus and Rihanna, the business at the front, party in the back hairstyle is more popular than ever.
First taking off with men in the 80s, the mullet made a brief appearance in 2005 with long shaggy ends and short layers on top, usually teased for ultimate volume. Thankfully, the latest trend is a little shorter, a little sleeker, meaning it’s the perfect low-maintenance haircut. If you’re on the fence about the mullet, try some short, subtle layers before committing to a full, choppy mullet like Billy Ray Cyrus.
What do you think of these hair trends?
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