7 Fall 2014 Hairstyles & Trends To Jump On Now

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Fall is the perfect time to switch up your hairstyle so we present this season’s most relevant hair trends. The fall 2014 runways showcased a broad range of hairstyles from tight braids and high buns to fun ponytails and bohemian waves. Want runway ready hair this fall? Before you take a trip to the salon, see out list of hairstyles that are setting the trend this fall including wearable tutorials from some of our favorite bloggers!

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1. Supersize Buns

fall 2014 hairstyles trends

We spotted the undue and super sleek bun look at shows like Diane von Furstenberg and Prada. We recommend trying one of these easy bun tutorials by Cotton and Curls.

2. Tight Braids

fall 2014 hairstyles trends

Braids are always a big hit on the runway, but this season, shows like Marc by Marc Jacobs and Givenchy opted for tighter braids in ponytails and fun updos. Copy this braided look from The Freckled Fox.

3. Volumized Stick Straight Strands

fall 2014 hairstyles trends

Designers like Versace went retro with bone straight strands paired with major volume. Follow this tutorial by Pink Pistachio to perfect this look!

4. Slick (Wet-Like) Hair

fall 2014 hairstyles trends

Hair had wet-like roots and straight strands at shows like 3.1 Phillip Lim and Thakoon. I love this wet hair tutorial from Bobby Glam.

5. Ponytails Rule

fall 2014 hairstyles trends

Ponytails once again ruled the fall shows. At Chanel, ponytails were adorned with fabric strips which I found pretty cool but for a simple look, I prefer the sleek and polished look at shows like Ralph Lauren. Try this Triple Poof Ponytail from Ma Nouvelle Mode.

6. Polished Bohemian Waves

fall 2014 hairstyle trends

Waves were softer and more polished at Chloe and Gucci. I love this soft waves look from Cherished Bliss.

7. Power Side Part

deep side part

Hair was separated into severe side parts aka “The Power Part.” Our post showcases some of our favorite ways to wear this look.

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