FALL 2014 HAIRSTYLE TRENDS

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Simple, chic, and sleek is the common trend in FALL HAIRSTYLE TRENDS 2014. From natural waves, to ballerina bun, to every type of ponytail, to 60’s bobs, designers for this FALL 2014 HAIRSTYLES went for natural, “undone” hair to contrast with the “bigger is better” trends in FALL FASHION 2014. Check out our favorite FALL HAIRSTYLE picks and step out in style THIS FALL with a simple, clean, fresh new you.

ralph-lauren-ss-14SLEEK BLEACH BLONDE

From 60’s bob to ballerina bun to long tresses, bright bleach blonde hit the Runways this Fall 2014. Seen at the Tori Burch, Marc Jacobs, and Anna Sui runway shows, bleach blonde is making a comeback for Fall 2014 Hairstyles. Go golden as seen above at the Ralph Lauren show, super platinum like Hilary Duff or sun-kissed highlights like  Vanessa Hudgens. Reach for the bleach this Fall 2014 and show your blonde ambition.

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From Nina Ricci, to Oscar de la Renta, to Versace , Hairstyles from the swinging 60’s are back. Designers updated the Retro “Jackie O” Hairstyle for Fall 2014 with teased volume paired with pin straight locks. The slight “bouffant” look, so popular in the 60’s, also makes a comeback this season. For that Bardot-inspired look, hairstylist Brittany Williams parts hair, teases the crown by backcombing sections with a small boar bristle brush, bobby pins in place, and sets with Bumble and Bumble does it all hairspray. You’re ready for a swinging good time.

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BRAIDS AND CORNROWS

The Braid-y Bunch. As an ode to the groovy 70’s, designers from Givenchy to Marc Jacobs are bringing braids back in every way. Whether braided in school girl pigtails, french braided down the back, braided into a bun, or divided into cornrows, try this fashionable Fall Hairstyle this season. Hollywood celebs are jumping onto the Braid trend, with Nina Dobrev sporting a loose braid this Sunday at the Teen Choice Awards and Heidi Klum appearing with perfect cornrows. Check out BeautyHigh.com for “how to’s” on braids of all styles this Fall 2014, including the popular “waterfall” braid seen all over the runways this Fall 2014.

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Ponytails everywhere. Simple yet chic, designers this FALL 2014 brought back the sleek, smooth ponytail. From adorned and accessorized at Chanel to simple and chic at  Ralph Lauren to multilayered at Fendi, the ponytail is a trend you’ll want to try this Season. Take a cue from Selena Gomez and apply John Frieda Frizz Ease over tresses, blow dry straight, and pull into a sleek ponytail, finishing off with Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Finishing spray.

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From Burberry to Lanvin,  try this Fall Season’s slightly “messy,” casual no-nonsense Hairstyle Trend for 2014. Get natural “beachy” waves with celebrity hairstylist Nathaniel Hawkins’ easy “How To” Tutorial.  To achieve the “look,” apply a texturizing spray like Toni & Guy’s Sea Salt Spray and blow dry hair. Finish with Chi ARC Automatic Rotating Curler by curling patches of hair away from face, and top off with a dry shampoo such as Oribe Dry Spray.

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OFF-DUTY BALLERINA BUN

Sporting two of this Fall 2014’s Hairstyle & Makeup trends, actress Katie Holmes rocks the “Brown smoky-eye” and the “Ballerina” top knot at NYC’s “The Giver” Premiere this week. Seen on runways this Fall 2014 from Versace to Armani to Diane von Furstenberg, the “off duty” Ballerina bun is all the rage this Season. From slightly messy to sleek and slick, try this easy-to-do top knot trend this Fall 2014.

1188b3307fb5e6842a6059128007fb5aGLOSSY SLICK BACK

From Kourtney Kardashian to Jennifer Lopez to Penelope Cruz, Hollywood is getting on board with the slick but not  greasy combed back FALL HAIRSTYLE seen on runways the Season. The look is killer shine, with a wet glossy but not greasy style. Try the look this FALL 2014 by either gelling hair back in a low ponytail or slick crown back with CHI Pliable Polish, keeping tresses textured, long, and loose.

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EXTREME SIDE PARTS

At the 2014 ACM Awards, Taylor Swift looked chic in the Fall 2014 “extreme side part” Hairstyle trend, paired with a teased 60’s bob. Spotted at runways from Stella McCartney to Alexander Wang, the 1930’s-style boyish comb over took a more confident and sexy look this Fall 2014. To achieve Taylor’s casual part, L’Oreal Paris Ambassador Peter Gray suggests using your fingers instead of a brush to style your part. For a dramatic side part, stylist Paul Hanlon brushes hair across forehead and secures behind ears with a spritz of Bumble and Bumble finishing spray. Update your look in an instant this Fall by changing your part, with zero commitment, just a glamorous you.

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PIN IT

We’ve all spent decades trying to hide hairpins, but this Fall 2014 no need for that anymore. Pins are a fashion statement this Season. From Zac Posen to Reem Acra, bobby pins were on full display on the runway. With actresses like Emma Watson, Emma Stone, and Kirsten Dunst  sporting the trendon the Red Carpet, this Fall Trend is here to stay. Try stacking 5 or 6 bobby pins together or create geometric shapes to pin hair away from face. 

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From sleek and chic to 60’s bouffant, this Fall 2014 is the perfect time to try a new Hairstyle, simple, no nonsense, yet chic. Accessorize with bobby pins and bows or go simple with beachy, “slept in” waves. Change your look with a simple sweep of the hair across your brow for an extreme side part or go dramatic this Fall with a bleach blonde bob. For a glamorous night out, pull hair into a sleek ponytail or try this Fall’s “Ballerina” bun or topknot. This Fall 2014, it’s easier than ever to try one of this Season’s Hairstyle Trends.

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