Haircuts to Refresh Your Look This Fall

A shift in seasons is a natural opportunity to switch things up and there's nothing that screams change better than a new fall haircut. This season, especially, there are many reasons to consider getting a real cut. For starters, you can actually go to the salon with little event and get regular trims if you find a style you love. Bangs and bobs are nearly impossible to maintain with only a pair of household scissors and a can-do attitude. With a little more access, fall 2021 can be the season of the haircut.

Look at it this way you're probably in need of a cut anyway. Chances are your hair is experiencing some damage after some summer activity like lounging by the ocean or swimming in a chlorine-filled pool. Or maybe you've just been beating your hair into submission with hot tools on the daily due to the above-average humidity. If you're honest with yourself it might be time to let some of that length go.

If you're not sure what style to try next, we're here to help. We've searched far and wide for the hottest hairstyle trends of the upcoming season. During the Fall 21/22 Couture fashion season we saw a lot of chic short-length hairstyles on the runways of Chanel, Fendi, and Christian Dior. Close-cut afros and chin- length bobs are going to be major players this year. For the girls with longer tresses, you don't have to chop everything off to be on trend. We've been seeing a lot of our favorite celebrities rocking face framing layers. If you want to split the difference between long and short styles, you're in luck because the shaggy mullet is here to stay. Keep on reading to see what fall 2021's five top haircut styles will be.

Bobs Away!

The bob has officially made a comeback. The short-length hairstyle is great for showing off your face and a confidence streak. This season, the classic hairstyle has been reimagined for different textures with blunt ends to really add some edge. It doesn't have to be super pristine anymore. If you want a big change or you're looking to cut out damage on your ends try the bob. It has to be between chin and nape length or it doesn't count.

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