Fall 2011 Hair Trends
In the fashion world, beauty trends come and go, just as often as fashion trends. But who doesn’t love to switch up their look with every season? Fall is in the air and the 2010 hair trends are now a thing of the past. Hairstyles seen down the fall 2011 runways are full of fierce looks and sophistication. Designers were not afraid to experiment with hairstyles this season so check out these 7 fall 2011 hair trends to help inspire your fall look.
Retro Hair: (Pompadour, Bouffant, Bee-hive)
Not only was 60’s fashion one of the dominant trends on the catwalk, so were the hairstyles. Retro hair is back and in full effect. Three classic retro looks added voluminous height that are playful and with lots of character- the Bouffant, Pompadour, and Bee-hive. Left to right: Ruffian, Bottega Veneta, Peter Som
The Deep Part is classic hairstyle for the fun, feminine, and sophisticated women. Designers such as Carolina Herrera, Charlotte Ronson, and Cynthia Steffe each added their own spin to this beauty look.
The sleek look is fun, sexy, and fierce. Check out designers Yves Saint Laurent, Naeem Khan, and Missoni for and this slicked back ponytail look for inspiration.
You can never go wrong with a chic and casual ponytail. It’s a great look for everyday wear or for a romantic date night. Try a low or high ponytail for a soft, polished look.
Several designers such as Mandy Coon, Jason Wu, and Betsey Johnson opted for injection of color. These technicolor hairstyles are fun and shockingly cool!
Braided hairstyles this season are diverse and the ultimate beauty statement. Designers like Rachel Roy and Erin Fetherston created inspiring braided headbands interwined with fabric while designers like Rag & Bone went with the undone look. Long thick braids also stood out at a number of shows including Lanvin.
The chignon style made its presence at the fall 2011 runways whether it was an undone look or super sleek. Designers such as Stella McCartney, Chanel, and Dolce & Gabbana created their own version and each were pure perfection.