The new season means a fresh new start, especially with your hair. Refresh your hair style look for chilly fall days with these minor, but big impact, changes.
Fall hair trends: Get a perm
You read that right. If you haven’t had a perm since junior high, things have changed a lot, says Bazzi. “The rollers are different, the chemicals have changed – so now you can get waves that look like you used a curling iron, and then you can just wear your hair natural,” he says. Think big, loose waves and body rather than kinky, just-got-permed looks of yesteryear.
Fall hair trends: Style curly hair with curls
Many people with curly hair tend to get their hair thinned out too much and do too much to it. Bazzi says to keep layers below the chin and to fuss less with the hair. “The more you do to it, the more it’ll react,” he says. One curly cut he’s done a lot of recently looks much like Julia Louis-Dreyfuss’s current cut. “It’s cut in a bob and styled with curls—it’s a little bit 1950s where you curl in some curls with an iron and then blow it out a bit,” he says.
Fall hair trends: Get your hair healthy with a hair masque
Healthy hair is easier to style, says Bazzi, so getting your hair into the best shape ever should always be your top priority. “Give your hair a vacation every 10 days or so and use a hair masque to boost hydration,” he says. We tend to focus on proper hydration for our skin, but overlook hydrating our hair after all. If your hair is very damaged and unmanageable, he suggests trying a keratin treatment. “If you have unruly hair, these can truly change your hair and the ones approved in Canada are safe to use,” says Bazzi.
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