I feel as though there is going to be a return to symmetry this autumn with angular cuts that frame the face and follow the line of the neck.
Longer hair will have intricate layers so that the light can catch the new seasons’ colours which will be chocolate browns, caramels and toffee colours.
Five top tips for autumn hair.
As the nights draw in and the days get colder you will start to notice your hair changing as central heating and humidity start to take their toll. Here are some tips to keep your hair looking fabulous.
1. It is always a good idea to control the amount of heat your hair is exposed to.
So try and use the mid setting on your hairdryer and when using irons try to get your hair straight in one movement and make sure that when you wash your hair the water is not too hot.
2. The fashionistas are predicting high hair and top knots will be the hot autumn look for long hair, so it is important to have a collection of scrunchies and covered bands to hand so as not to damage your hair to help achieve this look.
3. As there is going to be a return to straight silky hair
after the Cheryl Cole curls of summer, it is always worth investing in a good quality heat-protecting spray. There are many good ones on the market and although you don’t always see the results instantly they are worth their weight in gold
4. Fight the frizz that goes with damp days and use a good quality anti humidity spray which will help prolong your blow dry even on a blustery day.
5. And lastly, as your hair acclimatises from the cold air outside to centrally heated rooms, it loses moisture so now is good time to use an intensive treatment in readiness for winter.
Don’t forget to check out Lifestyle Salons’ Get The Look page for more inspiration for your next style.
Until next month… Greg