4 Best Hairstyles For Fall 2013

4 Top Fall Hairstyles

As summer makes way for the fall season, you get an excellent opportunity to try out new hairstyles for fall. Check out the latest fall 2013 hair trends and get inspired to change your look for the approaching new season.

Here are some inspiring hairstyles for the coming fall-winter season. Whether you want to turn heads with blunt bangs or go for a simpler look by adopting a casual ponytail, is up to you.

Casual low ponytail

One of the most admired fall/winter celebrity hairstyle for 2013 is the casual low ponytail. It is easy to style and goes well with almost any type of clothing. Moreover, casual ponytail can be styled in different ways which allows you to wear it while attending an office meeting, or going for grocery shopping.

Fringes / Bangs

Fringes / bangs are seldom out because they always stay in fashion. However, a fringe occurs naturally in many styles of short haircuts and the way they’re cut and styled changes each season. From classic fringe to a sexy and side-swept to the fiercest blunt bangs, you can choose one for yourself depending upon your face shape.

Knotted chignon

This is definitely not a vintage hairstyle but an excellent option for those with long hair. The knotted chignon makes up one of the best hairstyles for fall 2013 because it’s easy to style and brings a clean center part. You can spice it up further by adding a little knotted effect.

Inverted bob

Victoria Beckham popularized this bob haircut and it’s become a hot hair trend since then. It is one of the most popular short hairstyles for women. Further, bob is definitely in style for 2013. If you’re bored of your long or medium length hair and want to experiment with some edgy hairstyle for fall, do consider giving a try to an inverted bob haircut.

Conclusion

I hope you got inspired by these hairstyles and hair trends for fall 2013. What are your favorite fall hairstyles that you're trying this season? Let me know in the comments below.

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