How to update your look when the temperature drops.
There’s something about fall that makes us want to switch up our hair game. Whether its some fun, new bangs, a dramatic chop, or just a different way of styling you look, we’ve got all the inspiration you need to freshen up your ‘do for the season.
Less fussy and much more interesting than your standard fringe, choppy, ultra-short bangs like these on Emma Watson upgrade any cut’s cool factor.
Leaving the ends loose and soft keeps this look (as seen on Hayley Atwell and Zendaya) from coming off as severe while the slicked-back, sleek front sections make it ballgown-worthy.
A little bit ’80s, a little bit Daria, Tessa Thompson’s loose curls keep this bob looking soft and modern.
Think of this look on Georgia May Jagger as the granddaughter of Farrah Fawcett’s iconic swoop. Unlike your typical beachy waves, the trick here is curl each section away from the face to really emphasize some structure.
Piecey texture lends Alison Brie’s lob an effortless, rocker vibe.
When it comes to making a major hair impact nothing does the job like a bob. Go above chin-length and add some texture for a flirty take like Christina Ricci or opt for something modern and cool with a long sleek version like Kim Kardashian.
Heavy bangs parted down the middle like Bryce Dallas Howard’s lend a fashion-y touch to that awkward growing out phase.
We love the look of dramatic ringlets for fall. To avoid full poof, take a cue from Ciara and keep the few inches closest to the roots sleek so all of the volume builds through the mid-lengths and ends.
For years the deep side part has been the go-to, which makes the return of the perfect center part—as seen on Kristen Bell—incredibly refreshing.
Getting bored with the beachy waves you’ve been wearing all summer? Switch things up with defined, Old Hollywood waves like Constance Wu and Emma Stone.
It’s all about effortlessness with these light, un-fiddly bangs—because no one wants to spend the day checking their fringe every ten minutes.
..Credits to Harper’s Bazaar