September brings in the autumn season and like the changing of the leaves, hairstyles make the transition from summer cuts to meet fall fashion. These are just some of the styles expected to garner popularity during the upcoming months.
Ombre hair: Ombre hair and nails are growing in popularity as stars show off uniquely blended hair colors at more and more red carpet events. Blend from dark to light, choose shades that complement skin tones, and understand if they can wear bolder colors in their work environment.
Sleek and low volume: Sleek, clean hair with low volume is easy to maintain and easy to style. It's perfect for those looking to simplify the morning routine, or those looking for a versatile way to manage their hair.
Creative braids and twists: The popularity of The Hunger Games and rapidly spreading creativity on Pinterest has led a resurgence in differently styled braids and hair twists. Braids can be a more time consuming process especially with the added details, but the results speak for themselves.
Precise ponytails: Ponytails are a classic way of styling and managing hair. Ponytails are sleek and maintain elegance. They can be high, low, sleek, voluminous, and can be tailored to meet any need.
Retro bouffants: Retro always finds a place in the fashion industry, and as hipster trends become less than irony and more the style to follow, retro becomes the it thing. Creating a real bouffant can be time consuming, but modern advances in hair products have made the process easier.
Blunt bangs: Bangs have made their way back into the mainstream thanks to celebrities like Zooey Deschanel and Rooney Mara's portrayal of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" character, Lisbeth Salander. Facial shape is important when determining bang style; taller foreheads benefit from longer bangs, while rounder faces benefit from sideswept bangs.