With summer waning, it’s time to start planning for some fantastic fall fashion. If you’re feeling tired of your current quarantine hair-do, why not consider a fresh look in time for autumn?
If coming up with the right look for yourself sounds daunting, we’ve got you covered. Here are 15 fashionable hair styles to consider that are perfect for fall 2020.
1. The Imperfect Top Not
Here we are with the braids. Do a little french or dutch braid and tie it up on top into a bun.
It’s actually in to let the loose strands at the end poke out. The height gives your bun a refined look, but the ends sticking out give you an air of casualness.
2. Side Slicking
This is one of many fashionable hair styles in 2020 that are simple but look sophisticated. If you like the half-up, half-down look, this is a fun alternative.
All you need is a small, clear hairband for tying.
Part your hair on the side and slick a front section of your hair down on each side. Then, secure the hair chunks together underneath the back of your hair at the nape of your neck.
Voila! It’s almost like a hair-headband. This clean look is great for a casual day at the office or formal wedding reception. Plus, it’s easy to do.
3. Trendy Headbands
Welcome back, 90s childhood. If you’re a 90s kid, you’ll love that this trend is back in style. Headbands are diverse, you can match them with just about any kind of outfit.
Dress them up for an evening out, or wear them with your workout gear.
However you wear them will probably work, but the most popular trend for fall 2020 is the thicker, athletic style.
4. TikTok Waves
If you’ve been on TikTok at all during quarantine, you’ve probably seen this trend. Plenty of TikTok users have been utilizing this fascinating technique of waving their hair without heat. What are they using instead? A pair of tights!
The look is lovely and offers an added bonus: It won’t damage your hair like straighteners or curling irons.
5. Loooong Braids
If you have some hair extensions you’ve been dying to try out, this hairstyle is ideal. One, long, braid running down your back or slung over your should is considered classy this season.
Just be sure to avoid the Pippi Longstocking look with double braids.
Perk? It’s easy to do, and it’s not so trendy that it’ll go out of style too soon. Not to mention, it’s especially easy to throw together if your extensions are already braided. Win-win!
Silk bandanas, pretty patterns, floral prints, headscarves are in this fall. They’re perfect for hiding a bad hair day.
Headscarves are also a slightly more classy way to cover your head than the old baseball cap.
7. Soft Curls
This glamorous look is very 50s movie star. It’s basically just brushed-out curls.
All you need for this feminine look is a medium-barrel curling iron and a brush. Wind your hair into spirals. Avoid making them too tight and close together.
Once you’ve finished curling, simply brush the spirals out gently. No need for hairspray with this soft look. The gentle waves you’re left with will look natural.
8. Short, Scrunch Ponytail
Is your hair barely long enough for a ponytail? You’re in luck! This fall, the short ponytail and front bang-scrunch are in!
Pull your hair back into a low, short ponytail. With those pesky bangs that fall out in front, simply scrunch them up or create loose, messy waves.
9. Bright Color Accents
Your inner child or inner mermaid will love this hairstyle. If you’re a fan of Billie Eilish, and her neon roots, this hair trend will be right up your alley.
But the brightly colored hair accents aren’t popular for roots alone. You can jazz up your ends, do long strips of color through your ponytail, or brighten up your bangs.
Just make sure you either have a pro do your color or you learn to do color properly yourself. The last thing you need is to end up with faded or funky shades.
10. Tiny Braids
Tie in some colored ribbons or emphasize your new neon highlights with tiny braids in your hair. They’re especially cute amid loose waves.
Small braids are a popular style whether you’ve got short hair or waist-length. Get creative with them by matching a braided ribbon with your outfit.
11. Mid-Length Cut With a Barrette
This is a cute style and one that seems rather timeless. You can choose to wave your hair or leave it straight. Either way, a mid-length, or shoulder-length cut looks adorable with a little barrette to pull your hair back on the side.
It’s also a great style for those trying to grow their bangs out.
12. Side-Swept Cornrows
This is a great hairstyle to accompany wavy or extra-curly hair. Pull your cornrows from directly behind one ear and work them upwards toward the crown of your head.
It’s like having a built-in barrette.
13. Soft, Droopy Ribbons and Hairbows
Something about 2020 is making people nostalgic for the hairstyles of childhood. Either way, we’re loving the droopy ribbons and hairbows this fall.
Scarves are also making an appearance this fall as ribbons in ponytails. You can add instant class to a basic ponytail or low bun by using a scarf as a long, flowing ribbon.
14. Loose Waves
It may seem like this hairstyle has been in for a few years, but this year, the more unpolished your waves look, the better.
The idea is to make the waves large enough that they add body to your hair without looking over-styled. The more tousled your waves look, the sexier.
Just don’t take the trend too far and end up looking sloppy.
15. The Edgy Slick
Need a high-fashion look but don’t have a lot of time? Grab some gel and you’re set.
The edgy slick is basically achieved by slicking down your hair from the roots. Leave your ends loose or slick them too. The choice is yours.
Fashionable Hair Styles: Create Your Today
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