Hair trends to follow this fall
Autumn is here, and to mark the new season head hairdresser Paul Windle is here to show you its best hair trends for fall. From hit retro looks (40s and 80s) to repaired and nourished hair, here’s what to ask for on your next salon appointment.
Trend 1: Bobs from the 40s
I so want us to move away from long loose haircuts and beachy waves for more sophisticated hair this fall. I predict curvy cuts that are softer and more of a 40s bob as opposed to the strong geometric 60s cuts. I really like the shorter bangs to give the cut a little edge that frames the eyes and shows the eyebrows.
Trend 2: avant-garde 80s
For our younger clients, I can see a continued move towards more edgy 80s post-punk looks and Siouxsie Sioux influence. I also predict a New Romantic influence with a combination of classic 40s cuts with an early 80s twist to elevate a haircut and style.
Trend 3: Capillary rest and relaxation
Fall/Winter is a great time to rest your hair from the over-lightened and oxidized hair from the sun during the summer months. High-quality hair care products can help you fix your summer hair, and hair shine can help your hair look healthy and shiny. Windle Lab invisible night cream has been specially developed to help rebuild hair bonds and nourish the scalp for a healthy head. A leave-in hair moisturizer, such as Invisible Day & Night Spray, revitalizes discolored locks with a healthy shine. It’s infused with monoi oil to provide tremendous shine and vitality, sugar beet extract to inject moisture, and aloe vera to soothe and reduce hair friction.
Trend 4: multidimensional effect
Delicate, carefully placed highlights give you a fresh new look, and you can make it fun by adding some toner. A toner is a great way to introduce a new shade you’ve never tried before. the toners are gentle and noncommittal to your hair color – low contrast face framing will give you a sophisticated and chic look. Even dark dyed hair can have a subtle low contrast balayage to achieve a multi-dimensional effect.
Trend 5: Shiny Dark Hair
Strong brown or coppery red colors will be on trend this fall/winter; you have to remember that it is easy to make hair darker and warmer, but going back to lighter and cooler hair next summer will compromise the quality of your hair. I see a real move away from bardot blonde hippie hair towards more sophisticated and stylish cuts, colors and shiny, super conditioned highlights. Remember to take it easy with hot styling and hot irons, as this can damage your hair and prevent hair from looking shiny and healthy.