Whenever the winds grow rough, it is time for you to don winter clothing. The fashion trends for every seaon keep changing. Most of them suggest the use of bold colors and jewel tones in clothing for the autumn. With this change in clothing trends, you need hairstyles that will complement your outfit.
Winter hairstyles can be more fun and flamboyant with stunning updos and lots of curls. Straight hair worn simply also looks great when paired with trench coats and skinny jeans. You can also go for a casual one, like a half updo for a laid back look.
Casual Half Up Half Down
To create this, you need to have thick wavy hair or straight hair. It is easy to create on hair that has been washed a day or two ago. First, blow dry hair straight with the help of a blow dryer. Now, part your hair into one big section, by taking hair from both sides of the temple. With a rat tail comb or a medium-sized paddle brush, backcomb your hair until you get a lot of height and volume. When you have created sufficient height, secure this teased hair section at the back of the crown with a bejeweled barrette or some other accessories. Lightly apply a bit of mousse over the teased section to smooth it out.
French Twist Updo
One of the best updos for long hair, the French twist is not very difficult to create. For best results, style it on hair that has been washed a day or two ago. First, untangle your hair, and brush it with a wide-toothed comb. Now, backcomb the crown section of hair to create more volume. Then, brush the rest of your hair towards the right shoulder, holding it firmly and tightly at the nape of your head. To secure the hair, insert five or six bobby pins diagonally. Twist the rest of your hair upwards, making sure that it is towards the left shoulder. Make sure that the twist is firm but not too tight, and it covers the bobby pins. Use some more bobby pins to secure the twist at the back of the head. Apply a bit of hair spray to set the style.
Buns might seem very matronly, but when done right they can be stylish and chic. To create it, you need to first wash and condition your hair with an anti frizz shampoo and conditioner. Next, blow dry hair straight with a blow dryer and paddle brush. Create an extreme side part, and brush back hair to the nape of your head. Secure hair into a low ponytail. Take a bit of shine serum in your hand, and rub it along the length of the ponytail. Now, twist the ponytail into a loop, and pin the end of the ponytail to the elastic band with bobby pins. Spritz the bun with a bit of hair spray to set it.
Pinned Back Wavy
This is one of the easiest patterns to create at home, and works best for shoulder length hair. First, wash and condition your hair with a volumizing shampoo and curl-enhancing conditioner. Now, blow dry your hair straight by using a blow dryer. Part your hair in the center, and clip a small 2-inch section of hair from the front, behind one ear. Use a jeweled barrette or hair clip to secure this section. Now, curl the rest of the hair in soft, loose curls using a curling iron. This is a great idea for thick hair, which has a bit of wave to it.
Experiment a little with your hair this winter and create unique hairstyles. Don't forget to take care of your tresses, as they are prone to drying and damage. Whether elaborate updos or soft open hair, they will all look great for the autumn.