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    Falling Into Autumn Hair Do's

    We hope you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend! We don't know about you, but we're beginning to sense fall time in the air. Our temps in some areas are extremely hot, but the nights are beginning to get a bit chillier and we're becoming inspired for the fall time. This includes coming up with fall time hair styles that anyone can learn how to incorporate into their daily fashion appeal.

    During the summer your hair is most likely lighter in color and might be seen in an up do, ponytail, or braid. Now that fall time has arrived, you have the option to play up your hair extensions and create hair styles with shiny and bouncy volume and sleek and straight. Wearing your hair down during the fall months brings glamour into your look as the weather is cooler. Not to mention if your hair is longer, it will keep you warmer as well.

    Shiny and bouncy hair is "lively" and full, just like Blake Lively's hair in the photo to the left. In the fall time you want to keep your outward appearance and especially your hair looking chipper and upbeat so you don't forget the hot summer months that you're leaving behind.You certainly won't forget the summer with your energetic hair do.

    Curl your hair with a curling iron or set hot rollers to create big curls. Separate the curls with your fingers and shake out your hair. Use hair spray as needed to create more volume and maintain your curls and if you have hair extensions, try to stay away from hair spray as much as possible to preserve your natural shine. After curling your locks, you now should have vivacious curls and and bouncy waves. Now all you need to do is take a walk in the park and watch the autumn leaves slowly fall to the ground.

    If you already have a Yaki Straight Indian Remy Hair Weave that mimics your African American hair texture, creating a straight and sleek hair do by curling your tips should be fairly simple. As we've already suggested for hair care in recent articles, allow your straight hair to dry naturally after you are out of the shower. If you plan on using a hair straightener for the bottom portion of your hair, acting as a curling iron, be sure to put deep conditioning on your hair to protect it from heat damage.

    Now you can use your hair straightener to create an inward look with your hair locks, curling your tips towards your face to add to your charm. Instead of keeping your bangs completely straight as well, also curl them at their ends, adding an additional touch to your hair that won't go unnoticed.

    We've just provided you with two hair styles that are simple, yet classy and elegant during the fall months. There are many additional looks to consider, so perhaps we will cover more autumn hair do's in a future post. Our advice is to not be afraid to experiment with your hair by leaving it down more often during the autumn months, keeping it long and irresistible.

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