Fabulous Fall Hair: What's Hot for 2015 ... and Hair Color You Will Dye For
We've researched the beauty mags, talked to the experts, and reviewed the fashion shows ... and now Salon 1580 has compiled a comprehensive guide for what is trending for fall 2015 in your quest for the best autumn hair!
“No-fuss” and “an effortless look” describe what’s trending for fall hair styles.
Here are some options to achieve tousled locks if you don't have natural waves:
- Braid damp hair, air-dry, and unwind to achieve the bohemian/bedhead look.
- Try getting a body wave from Salon 1580.
- Spray long, damp hair with volumizer and blow-dry your hair upside down. Once your hair is 75 percent dry, part it and twist it into two low pigtail buns, leaving the ends out so they stay straight. Aim the blow-dryer at the buns for several minutes until they're dry, mist them with hair spray, undo the pins, and shake your hair out in all its rumpled glory.
Finger-raked knots, loose french twists, the undone updo, and the deconstructed chignon are hot styles for longer hair. Embrace messiness and ease with a new take on the classic french twist. Top knots are big.Try a twist secured with a statement piece pin and/or band, as shown below in Harper's Bazaar.
"Healthy hair" is the statement heard time and again in fashion circles. GKhair keratin hair-taming treatments can restore your unhealthy, lifeless hair, and it lasts from 3-5 months, depending on the formula type you choose. Salon 1580 is a featured GKhair salon!
Texturizing cuts are on the scene -- long layers, razored ends, darling pixie cuts, full fringe, and asymmetric, blunt cut bobs are seen this fall. Adding long layers throughout straight hair gives the illusion of volume and body. Layered shags are back (think '70s rocker). Fringe with rounded bangs are another throwback to the '70s.
#1 Cocoa Cinnamon -- chocolate brown overall with cinnamon highlights.
#2 Bronde -- a serious contender for the most-talked-about hue of summer is also primed to be huge for fall. This low-maintenance shade is a soft blend of blonde and brunette.
#3 Pumpkin Spice -- slightly more copper and golden than red, but certainly not strawberry-blonde, pumpkin spice hair is a deep orange streaked with hues of caramel.
More hues for autumn hair:
-- “Creamy Yellow,” “Honey Blonde,” "Flaxen Gold," and “Buttery Blonde” -- pale, golden tones and/or honey tones added to blonde hair
-- Light brown with blonde contrasting highlights
-- Blonde hair with rich brown and/or auburn lowlights
-- “Champagne Red” and “Strawberry Gold,” a great enhancement for dark blondes
-- "Burnt Auburn," “Cinnamon,” or “Copper” strands are perfect for fall.
-- “Medium Chocolate" or "Chestnut" with "Caramel Highlights” are just yummy!
Ombrés are still big -- natural-looking, soft ombre highlights. Ask your stylist to give you highlights that are just barely lighter than your natural hue, working them into the ends and in random sections throughout, rather than perfectly spaced ones.
Hair accessories are making a serious comeback, particularly headbands. Leather hair accessories like headbands and rawhide to tie back ponies are seen on the runway. Jeweled, decorative accents add glitz and glamour.
Get your "neigh" on and sport a ponytail -- messy or sleek, bouncy volumized tails, low ponytails, tails wrapped in metal and leather are making a statement. Side-pinned low tails tucked just behind the ear, are huge for autumn.
Deep side parts are big -- you will see them everywhere! A real eye-opener, too.
The two-toned look is trending, particularly with gel-slicked deep side parts. Try slicking a section from ear to ear for a headband look. If you use gel to go with the wet grunge look, be careful that it doesn't end up looking like greasy, unwashed hair.
There you have it -- what's trending for Autumn 2015! Call Pat Alessi - Salon 1580 today to schedule an appointment for great color and style!