Looking for that perfect hairstyle for the start of the new school year and the Fall season? The Moxie on Maple team did the research on trending hairstyles so you don’t have to. Which ones are your favorites?
Gone are the sweaty topknots and messy ponytails of summer; only deep side parts, sleek ponytails, and brushed-out curls for this fall. Basically, you’re bound to find a hair trend you want to try at home.
Don’t worry, the center parts of this Summer (and Spring, and last Winter, and last Fall) still aren’t going anywhere, but they’re also not the cool kid anymore. This fall, get ready to see a resurgence of deep side parts.
The Fall headband trend is anything but cutesy or juvenile – as long as you add a bit of texture to your hair. If you don’t already have curly or wavy hair, blast your roots and ends with texturizing spray, then add beachy waves to your hair with a flat iron or curling wand. Tousle your hair with your fingers, slip on a headband, and boom – you’ve got a grown-up Fall look.
Yes, this late ’90s, early ’00s trend is very much back this Fall and taking over the heads of your favorite celebs and models. The two-stand “tendrils” are basically the same as they were 20 years ago, but with one small change: They’re slightly thicker.
Low ponytails are kind of boring, but the super-sleek styles for Fall are anything but, thanks to the fact that they’re glossy and precise. To recreate this slick look, comb a whole bunch of pomade through your dry hair, then use a rat-tail comb to separate your hair into sections, and tie them off with hair bands.
There are some vintage hairstyles you’d prefer to leave in the past (mullets), but for Fall, the finger wave isn’t one of them. It might not be the easiest of old-school styles to recreate, but these waves will have you reaching for your stash of styling sprays and duckbill clips to at least give it a try.
Though this crimped wave trend looks like it was the work of your ’00s heat tools, it was actually created with your favorite old-school trick: a few braids pressed with a flat iron.
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