The Writeup On The Major Fall Hairstyle Trends For This Year- Part 1

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The Writeup On The Major Fall Hairstyle Trends For This Year- Part 1

Modern Shag

It does seem that this hairstyle is here to stay as it is a modern iteration with piecey bangs along with wavy, choppy layers that comes to be much more flattering than the ‘70s original. 

Deep Side-Part

This is the most effective, non-permanent way to change up your look, and changing your part is good in case you want to switch up the style even without going for a cut and thereby try an extra deep side part not forgetting to clip it back with a barette. 

Asymmetrical Bob

This is a Michelle Williams style sporting another trick and changing up the look without scissors. On your chin-length bob try a deep part as it gives you an angular and asymmetrical style working best on bob-length hair as you can notice the change. 

Add a Hair Ribbon

Here the style implies ribbons aren’t just for kids as there are tons of celebs who are seen to embrace the resurgence of the hair ribbons that included Kate Middleton. Adding fun and playful twist to her otherwise formal outfit is a velvet bow tied around her ponytail. 

Choppy Layers

Going after Selena Gomez’s super flattering, face-framing style? It comes as the 2020 version of ‘the Rachel’ character Jennifer Aniston portrayed in Friends. It is wise to ask your stylist for choppy layers without forgetting the blow dryer to get the ends to curl under. 

Face-Framing Tendrils

As this year comes to be almost lived in effortless hair, there is no need to try to perfect a sleek and severe hairstyle just as Laura Harrier’s purposefully messy ponytail creating the look by pulling a few strands around the face free after styling the hair. 

Combed Curls

Are you after curls? The same applies that the hair after being given over with a curling iron can be gently combed out for your spiral curls for the natural yet defined hairstyle. Here you may also like to add some heat protectant spray avoiding the frizz. 

Side-Swept Bangs

Hilary Duff’s face-framing pieces are flattering on everyone in case you’re flirting with the idea of getting bangs or you’ve grown your pair out, it would help to ask your stylist for side-swept bangs to get this look. 

Voluminous Mid-Length Hair

This style is popularised by This is Us’s Susan Kelechi Watson as the hair barely reaches her collarbone as the length is perfect for those who don’t like their hair too long or still want it long enough for updos and ponytails. Here you can use a 2-inch barrel curling iron to get the volume. 

Baby Bangs

Delicate baby bangs are just the opposite of curtain bangs which are all about thickness as the lightly cut bangs fall above the eyebrow and they won't overwhelm small faces.

Blunt Bob

While summer is all about bob, there are even shorter haircuts like those of Emilia Clarke’s and you can still rock anything form long blonde curls to a blunt brunette bob. 

Crimped Waves

Starting to see uniform crimped waves on the runways to the red carpet they are all of the hairstyle icons taking Joan Small’s CFDA Fashion Awards to look and how you can recreate it. 


In this case, hear from us that this is certainly camp with Ashley Graham as the new inspo trying one or two statement barrettes in the hair. 

Bobby-Pinned Locks

From the stylist Lacy Redway, put a pin in this idea adding some pizazz to ZazieBeetz’s Comic-Con’do. Using these classic bobby pins for a touch of flair are Hailey Baldwin and Gigi Hadid. 

Center Part

It is with this trend where Lea Michele thanks the hairstylist Laura Polko as we think she is keeping the trend through the fall as she is not the only one opting for the simple sophisticated style trying to use a thin comb to get it perfectly straight. 

Glossy Strands

Recommending John Frieda’s Frizz Ease Daily Nourishment Leave-In Conditioner for fine hair the spotlight is on shiny, healthy-looking hair as we take Jennifer Garner’s glossy locks at the recent red carpet event for inspiration. 

Curtain Bangs

With textured and flirty fringe, Bryce Dallas Howard thanks hair pro Christian Wood. Her ever-so-slightly messy bangs reminiscent of 1960s stars looks gorgeous when paired with a high ponytail. 

Smooth and Straight

Like Nicole Kidman’s pin-straight and smoothed hair at the 2018 Oscars comes to be one of the most prominent trends of the year by tucking it behind the ears just as the Big Little Lies actress shows off the face and collarbone. Try using Garnier Smooth Blow Dry Anti-Frizz Cream for a similar style.

Finger Waves

Try Constance Wu’s throwback look that is reminiscent of Marcel waves in case you are tired of typical curling iron waves and curls. 

To Be Continued…

The writeup doesn’t end here as there are more hairstyle recommendations for you in the next post. Let’s see which ones bag the best styles awards from the ladies. 

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