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Hairstyle trends autumn/winter 2021/2022

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Hairstyle trends autumn/winter 2021/2022

Hairstyle trends autumn/winter

It's officially autumn and that means we're updating you again on the latest hair trends for autumn/winter 2021/2022. The extreme rainfall this summer made it feel like autumn was around the corner, didn't it? Luckily, we still had some sunny days and who knows, an Indian summer might be waiting for us ;). When a new season starts, we are itching to change our interior, shop for new outfits and often we want to try something different with our hair. Besides the fact that summer is a wonderful season, autumn certainly has its charms. The candles can be lit again, your favourite jumpers can be pulled out of the closet and the beautiful autumn colours around you are simply enchanting. As mentioned above, with a new season come new hair trends and we have picked them out + listed them for you. Looking for a cool autumn look? Look and read below to find out what the new hairstyle trends for autumn/winter 2021/2022 are and who knows, your dream hairstyle might be among them!

The trends for this autumn

Low ponytail

You see a lot of high ponytails but this autumn this will change. The tail goes down and is tied together in the neck. This can be done in different ways, think of braids, knots, with a pin or wrap your hair around it. Of course, you can also be creative and come up with something cool.

Low Ponytail

Natural curls

Beyoncé already preceded by showing off her natural curls again. This fall, leave your curls be. So say goodbye to your straightener. Hello big amazing curls!

natural curls

The middle parting

The middle parting, you love it or hate it. This fall/winter you can't ignore it anymore and it will be back a lot. A middle parting with half long hair completes your autumn look. At the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, it was impossible to imagine life without the middle parting and it was featured at the Marc Cain show, among others.

Middle parting

Auburn

Auburn is a mix of red and brown, it does not dominate and looks elegant. Are you in doubt about a new look? Then this colour might be right for you this autumn. Do you have green or brown eyes? Then it is definitely a must-go.

Auburn

Long Hair

Long hair is making a comeback, just like in the 70'ies. It was also seen at the MET gala, think of Kim Kardashian and Camilla Cabello. It is also often combined with fringes or a middle parting. 

long hair

Au natural

Besides your own hair texture, this season you can also show off your own hair colour. Think of the natural shades and even the salt and pepper look! Be inspired by nature.

au naturel hair

Chocolate brown

The one and only: chocolate brown. This colour will never bore you and will always return. Chocolate brown remains a favourite, especially for the autumn! Are you a fan? (I am)

chocolate brown

The fringe

The fringe is literally never missing from any catwalk, whether it's a straight fringe or a more loose fringe, you'll see it a lot this fall. It can be worn with both longer and shorter hair. PS: curtain bangs are still okay!

fringe

The pixie cut

Pixie cuts are the way to go this fall! This look was especially seen at the fall-winter 2021/22 show of Chanel. You have to love it... There are different kinds of pixie haircuts of course. You see it a lot with frayed fringes or even with a lot of volume on top of the head.

pixie cuts

The Bob

It is the new rage, the bob hairstyles! A bob haircut is not just a bob haircut, there are many different types. For instance, you can choose the French bob, the 90's bob or the A-line bob.

bob haarstyle

Which look are you going for? Or do you prefer to stick to your own look? Hopefully you are up-to-date on the upcoming trends. In short, this is a small selection of hair trends for the autumn, but of course there are more to come. If you have any questions let us know. 

 

Enjoy this autumn!

Love Silke 

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