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Autumn Hair Trends You’re Going To Love

Check Out The Latest Hairstyle Trends at Peewees Burgess Hill Hairdressers

Autumn often has a new year type feel to it, as children and young people go back to school and college.  It’s the perfect time to change up your look with a brand new hairstyle.   Whether you’re looking for a dramatic change or a low maintenance look, the expert hair stylists at Peewees Burgess Hill hair salon are here to help.

For inspiration, take a look at some of our favourite new hair trends below.

The Best Salon For Autumn Hair Trends

Burgess Hill

Haywards Heath

Hassocks

Brighton

Horsham and further afield

The Modern Mullet

We know, this is one hair style you never expected to be cool again, but don’t worry, this updated version doesn’t resemble the straggly looks of days gone by!   This Autumn the style has a modern twist, embracing natural texture and structured, alternative shapes in a more relaxed style.   This choppy hair trend  become a firm favourite with a number of celebs, including, famously, Mylie Cyrus.

The modern mullet is an edgy, sexy, gender-neutral look that works for most hair textures.   If you feel like taking the plunge with this uber-modern look, but a consultation with your Peewees stylist and we can tailor the style to the look you want to achieve.

Curtain Bangs Are Back

A full fringe can look great, but it’s also hard to to maintain perfect bangs.    So what’s the alternative? Curtain bangs may be just what you are looking for!  They are more versatile than many other types of fringes offering a blended, face-framing style that looks effortlessly chic.  They’re a great way to get a fresh, stylish new look just in time for autumn.

Curtain bangs work well with most hair textures and can be adapted to suit your face shape.   To get the best from your fringe, invest in some styling products for some volume and texture.  The good news is though that the less perfect the styling, the better they look.  

Textured Long Bob Hairstyles

The long bob or lob is just such a flattering style that suits a variety of face shapes and hair textures.  No wonder it remains one of our most requested styles.   A lob can be styled in different ways to take you from day to night, and with the bottom reaching between the jaw line and collar bone, it’s long enough to be tied back too.

This autumn’s trend for textured lobs gives them a rock chick textured vibe, which takes minimal styling.   It’s a relaxed, un-fussy style, making it a super cool look for Autumn. 

The Bedhead Look

For many of us in 2020 passed in a blur of bedhead looks as lockdown confined us to our homes in joggers and no makeup!

Luckily this undeniably comfortable look is now one of this Autumn’s biggest trends for longer hair, and bedhead style now looks effortlessly glam!   So if you were worried about re-entering society looking rather underdone, panic over!   It’s time to pull out your dry shampoo and tease the roots to give some lift to the look.  You probably can’t get away with the joggers though!

If your hair is super long, make sure you still visit your Peewees stylist for a trim and conditioning treatment to keep split ends at bay and make sure your look is a managed bedhead style!

Book Your Autumn Hair Appointment at Peewees Hairdressers in Burgess Hill

Get your own celeb inspired look this autumn at Peewees Hair Salon near Haywards Heath.  Call us today on 01444 226983 , or book online using the pop-up button on the side of the page.

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