Top 5 Hairstyles for Autumn/Winter 2015

7 October 2015

A new season doesn't just mean new clothes. If your hair feels tired after long days in the sun, you'll be needing some ways to give your locks a revamp for the new season! Check out 4 trends to try right now, because there's nothing quite like starting a new season with a new do.

1. The New Blonde

From icy blondes to golden tones. If you are feeling daring (and your hair is strong enough to handle it) why not going for the nordic blonde? Keep the colour white and classy with a selection of purple shampoos and conditioners like the ones from drybar (links at the end).

For the honey blondes, leave your roots to grow adding slightly lighter highlights that will frame your face giving a natural and glossy look to your hair.

2. All to the side

A quick swipe to the side will give you a quick update into AW territory. A deep parting with glossy and wavy locks will give you that '70s glamour look so done this season.

3. Accessorise your hair

We have seen it before, but it is the best way of updating your hair do without the need for scissors or dye. Dolce & Gabbana master the hair accessorising by mixing floral and embellished details into a simple braided ballerina knot. Use jewellery and different hair grips to create this look. Prada introduces the high ponytail with a fun hair clip to the side, a perfect look for work.

4. The preppy headband

Another hair trend that doesn't required a trip to the salon. A preppy headband will add instant style to your look. Opt for an embellished one for the night or a add that Parisian touch to your daily hair do with a simple satin headband.

5. The statement top knot

Marc Jacobs adds a 'look at me' statement top knot to his catwalk looks. We might consider taking the top knot back a few inches for an everyday look. Keep the hair polished by combing it properly into a ponytail before twisting the hair into a knot, leave some strands out for an unfinished look.