The hair styles you should be wearing this fall and winter

With a new season comes the urge to change up your look and as we add a few sweaters to our wardrobe and introduce red lipstick into our makeup bag, we’re also ready to give our hair a little refresh. .

To find out this season’s biggest hair trends and how to create them at home, we sat down with Tasha Newman, Advanced Stylist at Charles Worthington Salons, who styled five readers in some of this season’s key looks.

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Inspired by the catwalk, Tasha picked her top five trends and created wearable, easy-to-do looks for our readers. Here’s how you can get the look too…

Hair accessories

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Hair accessories are a huge trend this season, pulled from the ’90s with lots of scrunchies, bobbles and hair clips,” Tasha said.

“On the runway this year, Dolce & Gabbana used a lot of hair accessories, so we’re taking inspiration from that runway look.”

“First, prep the hair with L’Oreal Professionnel Tecni.ART Pli and use a straightener to pull the hair away from the face to create a really glamorous look,” Tasha suggested.

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She added, “The hair accessory trend is so versatile, you can add glamor to your look with sparkly hair clips or keep it casual and casual with a scrunchie.”

Textured hair

Fall/Winter 2018 Hairstyle Trends

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Relaxed, textured hair is huge this season and is quickly becoming our go-to look!

To achieve the look, Tasha recommended, “I would prep the hair with L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.ART Constructor first before using a straightener to gently curl the hair.”

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“Continue this technique all over the head before brushing with your fingers, spraying Kérastase Styling VIP Volume and finishing with a little hairspray.”

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“If you want to get rid of any shine on the roots or flyaways, use L’Oreal Professionnel Tecni.ART Defrost. Finally, shake it out at the end for a fully textured look,” Tasha says.

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Bouncy drying

Fall/Winter 2018 Hairstyle Trends

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“Big, bouncy blow-drying is a trend that’s never going to go away. On the AW18 catwalks we saw a lot of voluminous hair and everyone wants to follow the trend this season,” Tasha said.

“For a bouncy blow-dry, prep hair with L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.ART Pli, then quarter. Pinch hair up, lifting to create even more body.”

Tasha recommends using a wide clip so you can take larger sections of hair to create a big bounce.

“Pin up each section and when cool, spray hairspray before finally removing the hair and backcombing it from the crown of the head to the hairline.”

“Put on some Kérastase Styling VIP Volume powder when backcombing and brush it on. Finish with a nice shimmer spray like L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.ART Crystal Gloss,” Tasha suggested.

low pony

Fall/Winter 2018 Hairstyle Trends

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“For this look, I was inspired by the Valentino A/W18 show,” Tasha revealed.

“This is a super easy hairstyle to do at home if you only have five minutes in the morning. All you need is a little hairspray and shine to make it look a little more finished than your ponytail. standard,” she added.

“To achieve this look, take two sections from the front of the hair on each side. Then pull the rest of the hair into a really sleek pony and wrap some hair around the pony to hide the headband.”

“Comb the two sections in the front and flatten them with hairspray before wrapping them around the pony on each side. Secure them with a handle and finish with hairspray and a shine spray.”

Relaxed twists

Fall/Winter 2018 Hairstyle Trends

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“Casual hairstyles are such a trend right now and the half up, half down look is super easy to do in the morning plus it’s so wearable,” Tasha said.

“To achieve this look, take two sections of hair and flip them over, twist and tie them up. Then flip the hair again so it goes over the headband.”

Tasha recommends tying hair back wherever the headband can be seen to hide it and add to the casual look.

“All you need for this style are rubber bands and pins to make sure the hair band isn’t showing. If you need to remove frizz or shine, try using L’Oreal Professional Tecni.ART Depolish.”

Well, there you have it, this season’s most wearable trends. What look are you going to try?

Makeup: Molly Grey, featured artist at Bobbi Brown

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