Keeping up with the latest clothing trends can be expensive, but keeping up with the trendiest hairstyles can be simple. Change your look up with stylish Fall hair trends 2012 that make you look fresh, trendy and fashionable. Staying in style, and sporting popular celebrities’ looks, might be as affordable as a bottle of hair gel.
For fall season, there are some gorgeous hairstyles that can be achieved including pixie, bouffant, soft curls, French twists updo, and many more!
Layered short hair in the back with longer layers in the front and optional bangs make the perfect pixie cut. This short hairstyle is terrific for the fall season. It was made popular by Katie Holmes, who is married to Tom Cruise. She went from having long locks and a youthful style to having a sexy, classy image with the pixie cut. A good thing to remember with this hairstyle is that keeping it up means you have to be back at the salon every 4 to 6 weeks.
Half Up Half Down Hairstyle
To create this hairstyle you need to have thick wavy hair or straight hair. This hairstyle 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 size paddle brush, backcomb 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 hair accessories. Lightly apply a bit of hair mousse over the teased section of hair to smooth it out.
French Twist Updo
One of the bestÂ Fall hair trends 2012 for long hair, the French twist hairstyle is not very difficult to create. For best results, style this hairstyle on hair that has been washed a day or two ago. To get this hairstyle, first untangle your hair and brush it with a wide toothed comb. Now backcomb the crown section of hair to create more volume. Now, 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.
Here’s the other styles ofÂ Fall hair trends 2012; Classic Bouffant.Â This classic bouffant hairstyles are made a comeback in 2012. Most women achieved this look by visiting the salon, having their hair teased around very large rollers, and spending some time under the dryer hood. Creating a bouffant was a difficult task, although some women ultimately learned to do it at home. The purpose of the bouffant was to get noticed, and most women wanted this very popular look.
Long Sleek Hairstyles
If you have naturally straight hair, then just get some layers done in your hair. However, those with wavy or curly hair will have to use a straightening iron. These are great long hair styles for round faces, as they tend to cover up the face sides, and the layers make the cheek bone stand out, making the face appear larger. Just comb the hair down, and you are good to go.
Many of Hollywood’s beauties wear their hair long in fall season, dressing up tresses with soft curls. Long hair is often difficult to style, but with the addition of a few curls even usually straight hair looks well-dressed and stylish. Use hot rollers or a curling iron to achieve the look, curling your hair in two-inch sections. Curl the hair around the iron or curlers vertically to get a long, cascading curl. Loosen the curls slightly with your fingers. Pin a few curls away from the face with decorative clips or bobby pins and spray lightly with hairspray to create a long, soft hairstyle that’s suited for morning, day or evening wear.
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Experiment a little with your hair this season and create unique hairstyles. Hair trends for fall 2012, whether elaborate updos or soft open hair, all looks great in this season.