Women's Hairstyles For Autumn 2014

 Summer has flown by as usual and everyone is saying ‘can you believe we’re already in October’ in less than a blink of an eye since Spring finished. Now as we look outside, the leaves are falling, the nights getting shorter and with it, a new season for fashion and beauty. So now the change in weather has come round, switch up your style for autumn 2014 by getting your hair cut to one of these new looks for the season ahead.

Short Hair

Get playful with a pixie cut this season as you discover how versatile this look can be. Shape around your face to get a cute feminine style that’s perfect for round faces, or if you have more angular features then offset them with a cool quiff or sweet side slick that will ooze class and look fab for nights out.

If you don’t want to go quite so short with your cut, then go for a chic crop bob that sits just below the jawline. Experiment with the hair straighteners to make subtle curls that will hug your jaw and give your bob some bounce.

Medium Hair

Why go long or short when you could find some middle ground with your haircut? Perfect for girls who want to keep their locks under control but still be able to tie it up when they’re trying to concentrate, you can do lots with a medium cut that sits at the shoulders or just above. This season’s biggest style is beach waves, achieved by pinning back some of your hair and curling the locks that hang down, to create a charming cosmopolitan look.

Long Hair

Braids are big in for autumn 2014 hairstyles, so if you’ve got long hair then make the most of it by shaping it into side braids, bohemian mismatched plaits, and sweet braids into hair that’s tied up or hanging loose. No need to stick to neat simple braids this season, experiment with different positions and styles to create a unique look. Remember though that braiding your hair can damage the ends if you don’t look after it well, so a trip to the salon will keep them looking healthy and gorgeous.
If you’re looking for something a bit neater or easier to manage with long hair, then you’ll breathe a sign of relief that buns and topknots are very much in for autumn. Go for the natural messy bun if you’re in a hurry, or for a stylish look for events choose a retro top bun that will look great for interviews, weddings and parties. Your hair stylist can help you get this spot on if you’re struggling.

Whatever length you have your hair for the season ahead, there are some great styles to rock your locks and look stylish from work to weekends and everything in between. Get a trim and style to recover those summer sun-damaged ends for the autumn, and learn how to recreate these looks at home.
Article by Kelly Gilmour-Grassam who you can follow on twitter @KellyGGrassam. She wrote this article with helpful information from RM-UK. She enjoys fine food and world travel.

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