A new season is only a month away which means it’s time to look into some upcoming trends.
Hair salons were priority number one for most women once lockdown eased. Months of hair growth and split ends might as well have been hell for most women.
While, some risked it and cut their own hair, others let it grow out and waited for the day they could see their hairdresser again. However, months of waiting, means women had to get creative and find new ways to style their hair to hide their over grown roots.
So, has lockdown impacted Autumn and Winter hair trends?
1. Headbands and Bows
Hair accessories reached a new level of fabulous on the runway this year, with simple headbands and bows elevating easy, fuss-free hairstyles.
2. Low Ponytails
Simplicity was a key style seen on the runway this year. One of the simple hairstyles demonstrated on the catwalk that made a big impact, was the low ponytail.
One of the great things about the low ponytail, is that it can be dressed up or down. The low ponytail can go from office to date night without fuss.
3. Far Side Partings
Two hair partings are big this year. If you’re not going to sport a center parting then you might decided to change up your look with a low side parting.
The low side parting, is a fun and stylish way to upgrade your look post-lockdown.
The “half-up-half-down” or if you prefer the “Ariana Grande”.
This classic hairstyle look has been a major trend on Instagram over the last couple years, especially for girls with short hair and it’s finally made it’s way onto the runway.
This is a look that never goes out of style, and is a great one to play around with by adding hair accessories, or a bun in stead of a ponytail.
5. Bold Hair Colours
Also known as “out of the office” hair.
Since lockdown and zoom video conferences more people than ever before have been dying their hair bolder colours.
This is because more people are working from home and are feeling less restricted outside of the office; as a result people are feeling like they have more freedom to experiment.
6. 70s Bangs
As mentioned above, lockdown meant that women couldn’t get to their hairdressers, and for those with fringes it’s been rough few months. There were only two options, either risk cutting it yourself or let it grow out.
Lockdown hair sparked ultimately sparked a new trend. Inspired by those who embraced their longer locks, 70s bangs also known as “curtain” bangs are here to stay! So, if you want to be bang on trend this season let the fringe grow.
7. The Undercut-Bob
The undercut-bob is predicted to make a big statement this year.
Maybe all the weeks being denied haircuts are inspiring women to make BIG changes to their look. As more people begin to feel freedom outside the office, this may be the push women have needed to try bolder and dramatic hairstyles.