Hair Style Trends

Hair Trends Fall 2015

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Upcoming Hair trends for Fall 2015

These past fashion weeks were full of some amazing hair inspiration for fall 2015 hair trends. Not to mention they are totally do-able and not that bizarre-looking impractical hair styles that we are used to seeing on runways. Let’s have a look and get an insight on the latest hair trends of this season.

Hair Accessories
Hair accessories heavily dominated the runways this season. Major designers such as Fendi and Honor especially focused on leather headbands that not only looked instant chic but also had that rogue appearance. Headbands are a perfect option when you do not want to look so preppy and just want an easy fuss-free hair style. So get yourself some chunky gold pins and especially leather hair accessories and prep your hair like a total rock-star girl.

The under-done chignon
This is one of our favorite hair trends fall 2015. The best thing about this low chignon is its understatement; you don’t need to pull together a perfectly shaped and tight chignon. Just gather your hair and hold them loosely just above the nape of your neck and just make a rough knot and pin it up with few bobby pins. That’s it. You are done. This style hardly takes seconds and trust us they look uber-stylish. That’s the reason we saw this hair trend picked up this season by many designers such as Vera Wang, Altuzarra and Dolce Gabbana .

Bed Head Middle part
Yes middle parts are back this fall and that too with a little twist; you have to sleep on it. Yes we are not kidding. As seen on models representing Jill Stuart, Calvin Klein and Paul Hanlon this hair trend looked simply yet sophisticated. The secret is; braid your slightly damp hair and go to bed. Just unbraid your hair in the morning and part them roughly from the middle for an instant off-the-runway look. Not only will this give an effortless textured look to your hair but it will give you an overall a high profile look.

Slicked Sidepart
Take out your hair gel ladies because this season is all about slick side parts. It is just deep side part with wet looking hair shellacked against the forehead and the rest of the hair are left just like they are. Donna Karen, Zac Posen and many other big brands carried this hair trend this season and it has become an instant it because of it sleekness and edginess.

Tucked-in Hair
Winter season is all about big coats and turtlenecks and the hairstyle that goes perfectly with these is the tucked-in hair. This is simple, chic, stylish, and practical. Just tuck in your hair loosely inside your turtle-neck and leave some strands at the side to give an effortless look. This hair trend is personal favorite of our style-inspo models including Olivia Palermo and Miranda Kerr.

Low pony
Skip the cheerleader high ponytails this season and go for low profile ponytails because they are all the rage on the runways. This will take your hair style to new levels of sophistication and add a touch of classiness to you.