Functional Yet Stylish Fall Hairstyles

0

Fall can be a crazy time of year—getting back into the swing of school or work and no longer running off to the nearest beach or lake for the weekend—it might feel like you’re being pulled in a million directions. With hectic schedules for you, your family or your friends, the last thing you want to think about is your hair. Fear not, here are our recommendations for easy hairstyles that will still have a touch of sophistication and flare:

Photo courtesy of shemazing.net

Buns & Braids: Often times, braids and buns look a lot harder to accomplish then they really are. A top knot is a simple, quick style that gives you a classic, put together look. If a tight bun or braid looks too severe on you, a looser bun is still a chic, fun look.

Photo courtesy of hottesthaircuts.com

Low ponies: Add a level of sophistication to the classic ponytail. Low, sleek ponies have been a major trend we’re seeing this fall. If your hair has a bit of wave to it, run a flat iron through your hair to eliminate any kinks or curls. Using mousse or hairspray, create a distinct, hard part and pull your hair into a low pony at the nape of your neck.

Photo courtesy of hottesthaircuts.com

Low twists and knots: Keeping in trend with the sleek, low hairstyles we’ve been seeing this season, try a low, slick twist or knot. Like the low pony, this look starts out sitting low on your neck. You can then create a double knot and simply tuck in the ends and secure with hairspray and bobby pins. If you need help mastering this look, swing by Ivy Salon for a styling lesson!

Photo courtesy of hairstylesweekly.com

Done, Undone Look: Lazy girls, unite! The messy, effortless hairstyle is in style (praise!). This look is great for days you might be running behind schedule. There’s an ease factor to it because it takes up less of your time in the morning and you can touch it up over the next few days. There’s no need to wash your hair everyday (actually, it’s better for your hair and scalp if you don’t), just remember to use dry shampoo and heat protectant if you’re touching up any spots with a curling iron.

Photo courtesy of classic-hairstyles.com

Sectioned Ponytail: 90’s children, you know how to do this style! Make a low pony and then a second pony with a twist. This is a funkier style that still gives you a pulled together appearance, with a stylish edge. Throw on a denim jacket and some dark lipstick and embrace a full 90’s comeback look!

 

Ivy Salon And Spa
Hair styling is more than a career for Dreama Kees, it’s a calling. Dreama opened Ivy Salon in 2004 and has been transforming clients from the inside out as well as the outside in, helping instill higher self-confidence and self-respect by helping people feel beautiful and recognizing their beauty. As an Aveda salon, Dreama and the Ivy Salon staff have heavily invested in professional training and development, undergoing intensive classes and workshops. Dreama resides in Greenville with her husband, Steve, and has two children, Jacob, a senior engineering student at Clemson University, and McKenna, a junior at Eastside High School.
Share.

Leave A Reply