Get ready for autumn with these top 6 hair trends

Get ready for autumn with these top 6 hair trends

Autumn is on its way, so this means a change of hairstyle for many women. Opt for that dramatic change, or just make a few subtle alterations. The important thing is that you feel confident and ready to face the new season. Below we share six stunning hair trends for you to explore this autumn.

1. The short bob

This autumn will see the return of the short bob. The ends will be cut sharp and to chin length, creating a dramatic and striking look. It's important that you don't go too blunt with this look, so add some short layers.

2. The low braid

If you want to keep your length but want to try something a little different, then the low braid is a perfect choice. Pull the hair into a low ponytail, add oil, and then braid. Perfect for work and when you want to keep hair out of your eyes.

3. The classic perm

The perm is all about adding volume and bounce to your hair. Full loose curls and that beach hair look will see you through into autumn and remind you of that long hot summer. Forget the tight 80s perm - this look is much more relaxed.

4. Flip out 60s style

This look works well with chin-length hair, right through to shoulder-length locks. Cutting the ends with cobalt scissors gives a sharp edge, which helps to create a more defined flip at the ends.

5. Razor sharp ends

If your hair is particularly thick, cutting it shorter with super sharp Japanese shears can help to both thin the ends and add definition. You can also create different lengths, creating a more flattering and softer style.

6. The cute curly bob

If you are looking for a versatile and easy to wear hairstyle for the autumn, then the cute curly bob is just for you. You can wash your hair, add product and allow it to dry naturally. This style also works really well with a long curly fringe.

All of these hair trends are best achieved with professional cobalt scissors. Please do browse our full range to create effortlessly stunning haircuts.

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  • Marina Kyriacou
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