fall 2014 hair trends

Get some hair inspiration from a round up of the most wanted looks from the runway, as perfectly described by Harper’s Bazaar. From pretty to purposeful, there are a quite a few ways to change things up from subtle to dramatic.

The Ballerina Bun

Soft, clean and looking pulled together
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Twists and Braids

Making for a look that is both pretty and functionable, playing with braids, twists–or incorporating both–will give you a number of options to make dull hair days less so

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The Centre Part

Hair swept from the face is key in achieving that chic-factor this season. Creating a centre part, whether soft or sleek, will add to the elegant casualness of the overall look.hair.fall.2014.8

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Mod Mode

Influences from the Sixties were seen everywhere–from clothing to footwear, and textures to hair. Taking too many fashion cues from the swinging decade may leave you looking a bit costume like, try something slight to evoke the look such as a deep side part or blowout with some kicked up volume.

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Post-Workout 

Embracing wet roots, mixed texture and smartly placed headbands make that post-power yoga look even more on-point

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The Ponytail

No need for any explanation, the ponytail is a cornerstone look this season. Reinvented and reinterpreted through by sectioning, smoothing or multi-layering, there are many ways to upgrade the simple style

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The Next Wave

Less mussed more polished, this season’s wave is smoothed and seemingly controlled

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