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Top Hair styles/Cuts For Autumn-Winter Season

Updated on November 3, 2013

Hairstyles for Autumn/Winter 2010

Glossy Locks
Glossy Locks
Go Red
Go Red
Buttery Blonde
Buttery Blonde
Flashes of Bold Tones
Flashes of Bold Tones
Messy Plait
Messy Plait
Hairband on Beehive
Hairband on Beehive
Full Fringe
Full Fringe
Grunge Look
Grunge Look
Blowdryed Hair
Blowdryed Hair
Sleek Ponytail
Sleek Ponytail
Layered Bob
Layered Bob
Classic Bob
Classic Bob
Tumbling Curls
Tumbling Curls
Long Straight Sleek Hair
Long Straight Sleek Hair

Top Hairstyles for Autumn/Winter 2010


This season is about personality, highlights, flashes of gem tones and lovely glossy looking locks. colouring your hair red is very in this season, a nice red colour will brighten up any winter outfit, just ask your hair stylist for many tones of different reds and coppers throughout dark blond, light brown and brown hair and If you want to go for an all over red colour then ask your stylist to layer a semi-permanent wash in deep red, burgundy or amethyst to add a sheer dimension and depth to your colour.

For natural brunettes or red heads try using richer tones of highlights and low-lights, red heads should ask their stylist for velvet shades, burgundy hues and rich coppers, and brunettes should ask for a combination of colours to add some depth like, leather browns, hazelnut tones, and midnight black.

Natural blonde's or light brown haired woman should ask for a nutty earthy undertone to add depth, ask for a buttery blond colour. and for Natural or bleached blonde's ask for pastelling which is great for adding depth to fair hair, stay in style with a infusion of different tones like
cotton white, oyster, pearl, chinchilla, tea rose, pewter and sand.

Grown out roots and highlighted ends are still popular for the Autumn/Winter season, and rich glossy black or brown hair that flashes with a bold gem tone such as a hint of blue or violet.


There is six main styles for Autumn/Winter 2010, which range from 18th century texture to 90's inspired grunge,

1. Hairbands are back in, used to decorate a beehive, or just for a simple sleek style, hairbands can be seen in styles from chunky knit to patent red or black.

2. Grunge styles inspired by the 90's is also back, just apply thickening mousse and surf spray and then brush the hair out for a polished look. or apply thickening mousse and then rough dry your hair with a diffuser, if you have straight hair, Not to worry! just use tongs to create natural waves.

3. Next up is the blow dry or blowout as some people call it, which is glossy hair blown into full bodied volumed hair.

4. Fringes are all in this season but instead of side sweeping fringes its full straight fringes that are the key trend,

5. Ponytails are also big again this season, you will need to straighten your hair and use serum to create a really sleek ponytail, and then wrap a piece of your own hair or a extension piece around the pony tail and fix in place using a grip.

6. Also volumized hair with a messy plait down one side is very fashionable at the moment, see pictures to get a idea on how it should look.


If you have a Bob but want it a bit more updated then ask your stylist for a few extra layers, a layered bob adds volume and makes you look healthier and younger. A simple bob is also in trend make it look healthier by blow drying your hair on a cool setting and using a small amount of shine enhancing serum.

If you have curly hair and want the sleek tumbling curls that are on trend this season try using a heat protection spray when your hair is almost dry, and use small barrel tongs working from the top of the head to the ends, tong in opposite directions so curl one section of hair inwards and one section outwards and keep repeating that pattern, after all your hair is done, run your fingers through your hair and finish with a curl holding shine enhancing spray.

If you have long hair flat ironed hair is in at the moment so get down to your salon for a nice straight and sleek style.


As winter approaches more of us woman will start to wear hats, and although hats can be rather stylish, unfortunately our hair isn't when we take said hat off. however you can avoid this by wearing a cotton hat rather than a woolly hat, the reason for this is wool causes more static, so if you are just rushing up the shops then stick to the woolly, but if you are going somewhere that you are going to have to take your hat off then i suggest you stick to the cotton.

The cold weather also causes our hair to dry up, so after towel drying your hair, spray it with leave in conditioner to give it that extra moisture it needs, i also like to indulge in a hair mask which repairs the hair and keeps dryness at bay, try Aussie 3 minute miracle which really does work wonders on your hair, the Aussie miracle moist shampoo and conditioners are great to and smell like a dream.

See hair styling video below.



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