It may seem like summer just started, but designers, makeup artists, and hairstylists are already gearing up for the fall and winter months – notably style’s most important seasons. It’s never too early to start planning for your fall and winter wardrobes and adapt your makeup regimen and haircut to match. Fall and winter can be a fantastic jump-start to feeling refreshed, new, and rejuvenated in terms of your wardrobe, hair, and makeup. It may be time for a drastic change, and if you begin thinking about it now, you’ll have a few months to get advice from trusted friends and coach yourself into it.
The pixie is still hot, but it’s an updated version with angular tips and color that gives depth and texture. Many women who think they can’t do a pixie actually may have the ideal features for it. Pull your hair up into a ponytail and look at your face straight on in a mirror. Choose the things you love about your face – they may be things that you play up with makeup, or features that have been complimented in the past. Short hair is just the opportunity to expose the beauty of your face. Bring a list of things to your stylist that you’d like to enhance. Variations of the pixie can do that for you.
Cuts just above the shoulder are fantastic, because they are versatile but don’t require the same type of maintenance as long hair. Many women shy away from medium length because it lacks the drama of short or long hair; however, women with fine hair should probably stick to a medium to short length, because the weight of long hair will only weight down their hair even more. Add some soft layers to create one of fall’s hottest styles and add interest to a medium cut.
Long hair requires some strategic styling to ensure that it’s healthy and modern. Have your stylist add a few almost-feather layers to break up bulk and add movement. Wispy bangs are a fantastic twist to a long style, and touchable curls add romance and drama to long locks. Super deep side parts work well with long hair to create a dramatic look indicative of Hollywood’s golden era. Break up your curls with a touch of natural golden color, and you’re set for whatever trends fall and winter will bring.